Useful in sarcasm for describing something that goes beyond expectations, is deserving of praise, or is otherwise a good thing(tm).
Opposite of large
Usually used with prefixes such as "rather" and "particulary" to emphasise the sarcasm.
Can be used to sarcastically refer to large physical size, but not limited to this use.
Benny: Dude I think I've just scored on the lottery
Jack: Dude that would be particulary small, let me see those numbers!
Jenny: Did you see the size of that truck that passed us?
Mary: Yeah it was *rather* small.
what 50 cents dick size is
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The main character in "The Sandlot"
"You're killing me Smalls!"
Underwear. A colloquialism used primarily by northerners in the UK.
"Help me with the laundry would ya ,chuck."
"Aye, but I ain't touching yer smalls"
- A name you give to someone who has a major impact on you, will toke it up with you anytime of the day,and can cheer u up just by the smile on their face.
Sandlot, Robin and Batman, shaggy, and the original Smalls S.L.B VTG 09-10
an eighth of marijuana. technically 3.5 grams.
A) i'm looking for a small, how much?
B) it'll be 30 (dollars)
Currency in terms of hundreds of dollars. "Five small" = $500. "Five large" = $5,000.
"How much did you win at the casino last night?"
"I won five small" ($500)
comes from the main character in The Sandlot.
1. name used to describe someone who is rather oblivious or a beginner to the game of baseball.
2. nickname for lauren e because she is tiny, new to the game of softball, and also a great friend.
coach: "go to left field"
player: "where is that again?"
coach: "your killing me smalls!"