one stack = 1 G
by anonymous Jul 14, 2003 add a video
$1,000/ A Thousand Dollars
Yo, I only gotta stack to play wit for the weekend.
To be able to apply more than once, or combine with something else that has the same effect. Comes from video games and pen-and-paper RPGs.
The flyer says "30% off all jeans". Does that stack with the student discount?
An insult given to another person in an argument. It is commonly used on a person who has talked smack and or is being a smart ass.
Both sides can give the stacks, which will escalate to a bigger argument. However, it is not uncommon for one person to be the only one throwing the stacks.
Matt: Damn, man! Does your mother still dress you in the morning?
Avery: Woah! You're about to catch one. I'm about to give you the stacks.
Your forehead looks like a fucking Honda windshield.
Matt: Alright man, Chill. Chill.
An even large amount of bills in the form of cash stacked up on top of eachother, usually held together with a rubberband or a paper band straight from the bank. Its not a stack if its folded.
Most people go by 100's
100 hundred dollar bills $10,000
100 fifty dollar bills $5,000
100 twenty dollar bills $2,000
100 one dollar bills $100
Or you could go by 50's or 10's
50 hundred dollar bills $5,000
50 fifty dollar bills $2,500
50 twenty dollar bills $1,000
50 one dollar bills $50
10 hundred dollar bills $1,000
10 fifty dollar bills $500
10 twenty dollar bills $200
10 one dollar bills $10
All of these can be excepted as a Stack. It just depends on how wealthy you are.
"Aye, Im rollin in the checks, I got stacks on the deck."
"We be stackin this paper up"
"Last night i hit the strip club with a stack and made it fucking rain."
A stack is an insult or an acknowledgement of an insult.
Man: You are pretty.
Woman: I still wouldn't go out with you.
Man's friend: Stack!
1. a term used in the computerized accounting system to denote a file of unapproved transactions which must be approved by a competent authority to effectuate the transactions.
2. (of transactions) to enter in a stack.
1. The stack is empty. All the stacked transactions have been approved.
2. The teller made an entry in the computer system, which got stacked. The head teller then approved the stacked entry.