from the shop boyz "they like me" lyrics
"...I Keep The Girls Choosin
Turn Em Out & Have Em Dikin..."
Nobody is too sure what it really means,
but in the one of the verses when they say "drinkin" it sounds just like "dikin" soooo yeah.
#1: "Dude, I was lookin at the lyrics for "they like me"
and they don't make sense. What does "dikin" mean?"
#2: "No idea, look it up"
An person, usually a girl or at least claiming to be, on an internet forums or chatroom who ploys to get attention from the male members. Example: Aasha, of the AAHC.
A fanboy trollop is always using "ditsy" sentences, or trying to act "cute" by adding "ies" to the ends of a lot of different words. ("Clickies", "Okies", "Backies", ect.) Add nausea.
They also use retarded "cutesy" emotes, such as ^_^, ^_~, XD, ect.
The biggest fanboy trollop trait is denying that they enjoy all the attention. When brought to their attention, they will make a bogus claim, such as "That's not true. Its not my fault they like me. ^_^ I don't want all the attention ^_~ Okies?"
All in all, although the most useless of all internet users, they are sadly the most popular, as there are countless retarded, 12 year old boys on the internet.
Fanboy 1: Oh, Aasha, I love you.
Aasha: Well, thankies! ^_^
Fanboy 2: I love you, too!
Aasha: Oh, you're so nice. ^_~
Person above 12: You're such a fanboy trollop.
Aasha: That's not true. Its not my fault they like me. ^_^ I don't want all the attention ^_~ Okies?
Used in the son They like me by the Shop Boyz. The lyrics could bring you to a conclusion wich means gettin girls strippin in front of you.
I Had 2 Girls At The Same Time
I Had Em Dikin
I Keep The Girls Choosin
Turn Em Out & Have Em Dikin
|4.||They follow me|
When a friend stands in a driveway and tells you with a smile one her/his face and say's, "I have an idea and watch they will all follow me."
Girl: Can time go backwards?
Guy: They follow me Sally watch, I started it first and they follow me.
Girl: Whatever silly don't be so cocky. How was your day? Are you too busy to talk?
Guy: No, whats up?
Girl: I just wanted to communicate with you.
Guy: We should just do it. We want to have sex. I think you deserve better in life.
Girl: We will ruin or friendship and I have feelings for you already.
Guy: I'll never harm you. If I were a samurai and I could ever save your life would you let me? Roschell told me no.
Girl: (Laughing) Ok, but only if the children can be saved too. (under her breath) I love you____.
*(He didn't hear me because of the traffic at the intersection turning into the drive way of Logan's, I never said it again *until now*)
(10 years later)
Woman: Nice hat
Man: I told you Sally, they follow me.
Woman: For good or bad reasons?
Man: Ra meaning I'm a sledghammer and I'm right
Woman: Are you really? Glad "The Man" gets to runn that's right R. u. N.N. his mouth and away. Never say I didn't warn you. Look like an Ass and a whole bit of never shows up when love calls. Have fun with shallow hallows. Did you ever really love me was that a faced/ad to get me in the sack that many times tricky dixcsnon?
Has he won the Oscar for best preformance but it was all and act? That's why they get called Oscar J Deezy's. When they want to, as they would say "Hit That" all the boys pull out that Oscar winning performance. Then dump you and call you a hoe, hooch, the list goes on...and or a bitch that won't give it up. Sockondeez words smithy Doe!
A common phrase used by children to indicate they like something.
OOO Me likey alot!
|6.||Crack In Flesh|
A word that shows how much cofidence you have. The term could also could be of egotistical. Another way of saying to people "he/she likes me a lot". Refered when talking about your self or someone else.
Britt: You Aint Nuffin Boy
Jus: Shoot you crazy. I'm like raw cocaine, put in a pot with water and soda and thrown on flames.
Jus:What came out was me, yes, Crack In Flesh, at its best.
|7.||Mr. Me Too|
Mr. Me Too is a slang coined by the hip-hop group, The Clipse. The Clipse defines Mr. Me Too as: the person that sits there and examines your style and takes a piece of it. It addresses the competitive dude on the street who, when you get this or that they're like, 'Me too.' Essentially, they hawk your style.
Yo, call that cat Mr. Me Too, ever since I rocked the flat brims, he started on that tip.