1.noun. *Philosophy* - doctrine that advocates Riding -addressing perceived threats or slights with immediate physical confrontation and or reprisal to a degree greater than the original injustice, at *any* cost, since no cost is greater than death. To not address such threats with such speed or intensity is to die in that 1) Once the person or group or whoever threatened/slighted/dishonored/beat you, your friends or your community finds out that you or your group is hesitating in its self defense ('soft'), he or his group will take advantage of your weakness, making life worse, possibly unbearable. This is to be guarded against with unending vigilance. Think Live Free or Die. 2) For ride or die adherents, to be without honor is to be without life. As Joseph Addison once said, "Better to die 10,000 deaths than wound my honour.
2. Positive description of fraternal or romantic relationship partner(s) by virtue of one's willingness and commitment to do anything for them (represented by the word Ride), no matter the cost, and therefore to be stoppable only by death as represented by the word Die.
def 1. You are invited to a weekend party and told to bring friends. One of the friends you bring wears a shirt emblazoned with your school logo. The party you're going to is mostly attended by your school's main athletics competition. At the party, someone from that school delivers a severe beating to your innocent friend with the shirt just because of the shirt. By Monday, before lunch, ride-or-die adherents have a plan to punish the person who hurt your friend with damage and pain substantially but not grossly greater than he inflicted. At lunch, they do it. That is to ride. To not do it, to do anything but take care of it immediately, when all that matters is doing just that, is to die.
That is Ride or Die.
def 2. You love your romantic partner; if she needs something, you get it. The only way you could possibly not get it is when you die. So you Ride or Die.
Are you in or are you out?
we're goin' to vegas, ride or die?
A motorcyclist farewell phrase equivalent to "goodbye and ride safely". Usually associated with sportbike riders. Irony of phrase meant express degree of rider's enthusiasm about and/or dedication to riding.
John: It's raining hard, I can't believe you rode here.
Rider: Yeah, I'm gonna roll. Peace.
John: Alright man, ride or die.
A group of friends who would do anthing for their other friends. Either you ride with us or die by us is thier slogan. Many fear this tough group of friends
Say bro are u riding or dieing?
Sorry man but i cant ride today. My mom is making me clean house.
if you aint riding now then your never riding again.
Ok ill sneak out in a few minutes.
RiDE OR DiE out bro.
the philosophy of life during winter season when you practice the art of snowboarding.
ride or die homie t's winter.
Those who really love to ride (e.g./esp. dangerous toys like mtn. bikes/MTB
, motorcycles, skateboards, etc.). It's a passion to ride & also dangerous/adrenaline rush that is also about survival.
Can't wait to hit the trail. Ride or die!
A group of ugly white girls who are too catty and think they are the shit. Even though they will probably get jumped for trying to act black. Typically, a ride or die would think she's hot, but have some weird face deformation. Possibly looking like a bird, or having a face that looks like she's had a stroke.
Man, that girl thinks every guy wants her, but her bitchass is just a ride or die.