Tihs is a cool way to say "Taking Care of Business." In the hood T-C-B, means getting a J-O-B
Judge Joe Brown: "You need to get out of my court. Coming in here actin' a fool.
Crackhead Girl: "Actin' a fool!? I ain't no fool! I got a GED."
Judge Joe Brown: "Sure...but you got a J-O-B?
Crackhead Girl: "Yeah, I let men have liquid explosions in me."
judge Joe Brown: "You call that a J-O-B? You need to T-C-B and get a real job! Now get your crackheaded ass out of my court! YOU SMELL LIKE HOT GARBAGE!
Take care of business or Taking care of business.
Yo, I gotta go TCB.
a gogo band native to the dc metro area.most famous for they song ass clap.
make that ass clap/let it slap/talk to me now
Taking Care of Business
Jerry Seinfeld -
Really. So uh, what do you do down there all day?
You know, takin' care o' business.
Abbreviation for Taking Care of Business; often used to refer to Bauchman-Turner Overdrive's hit song. Also used as slang in "legitimate businessmens' clubs" to desribe a job
that must be done.
Bart: Who are those pleasant old men?
Homer: It's BTO -- they're Canada's answer to ELP. Their big hit was TCB.
That's how we talked in the '70s. We didn't have a moment to spare.
Acronym : Take care of Business
"Taking care of business"
"Takes care of business"
"Took care of business"
Biz Partner 1: Hey you think Jimmy can do the job?
Biz Partner 2: Don't worry, he will TCB
E-mail from boss to his team:
I will be out of office tomorrow so I need all you on your A game and TCB.
an abbreviation for the phrase "taking care of business," a motto adopted by Elvis after his wife left him and while his career was hitting a low. It appears on an emblem he created: the letters t, c, and b are arranged vertically in front of a lightning bolt. cf. Elvis's tombstone at his home in Memphis
"Now I'm T. C. B., mm-hm," the King said, looking into the mirror as he zipped up his brand new, white leather jump suit. "Mm-hm, taking care of business," he said, as he ran his fingertips along the multicolored sequins arranged like a firebird down the chest of the suit.