May a please have a cup of vanilla ice cream with rainbow shots?
A small amount of an alcoholic beverege typically above 80 proof. Served in a small glass known as a tumbler. Variety of mixed shots; whisky is the most common straight shot in America.
A series of alcholic beverages served in succession. They are usually served in shot glasses, but often in full size glasses.
All it took was some shots and I was out like a light.
When someone is so messed up or burnt out that they can no longer funtion normally.
When something is old or breaks and no longer functions correctly.
guy #1: Dude, you're SHOT!
guy #2: Yeah I am. I've been smooling
all day and finished an ounce.
"Chuck that, it's shot."
1.) An alcoholic beverage in a tiny glass.
2.) Shotgun, to get the front seat in a car.
3.) To take a shot at someone.
4.) To describe something that no longer works.
5.) Someone who is drunk.
6.) To say thank you.
7.) To be wounded by a gun.
Ex.1) "Hey bartender, could I get another round of shots over here?"
Ex.2) "I call shot gun!"
Ex.3) "You're so ugly" *shot*
Ex.4) "Man, my brakes are shot!"
Ex.5) "Man, jeff is really shot."
Ex.6) "Shot for the fun evening!"
Ex.7) "AHH! Guys! I'm shot, get an ambulance!!"
To thank someone for something they have done. A word often used by South African youths.
"Shot for the good times we've had"
"Shot for coming to my party dude"
"That was a really cool present, shot"
Verb: To shot is to sell something, usually recreational drugs such as weed. It comes from the phrase to "get shot of something" (to get rid of it)
Hey do you shot shrooms? I'd rather like to purchase some please