a vague, non-threatening, public-domain excuse given to a concerned parent when they try and ask you who you are going to go out or hang out with. Usually used in place of:
(in no particular order)
1. I'm going out with alot of people and I am too lazy to prattle off all of their names.
2. I am going to meet new people who I barely know
3. It's non of your business
4. These are people of ill-gotten-repute and I don't want you to know that I am hanging out with them.

also sinonomys with "just some friends", or "a few friends", etc.
Parent: so who are you going out with to the mall?
Me: oh, just some friends...
Parent: ok, that sounds good, have fun
by RaizinguStoronga July 09, 2010

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