throwdown= the agressive push and and pull of a hook up that makes it so hot u come out sweating, where u undress eachother, not urself, ur moving so fast and hard no one can talk, wen the guy undresses u and lifts u on to the wall all at the same time, but nos how to kiss u w/o over doing itwhere u get thrown hard enough so that it almost hurts, u may even get a some bruises, its hard to remember everything afterwards because u were so involved in fire that u cant remember wat happened u loose track of time and its almost like wrestling with out the stupid spandex suits and u never forget a hookup with good throw down, ever
The sex throwdown was so intense, i had scars.
some boys were all up in our ish so we hadta throw down ta represent.
To contribute money to marijuana.
I'll throw down $5 for that sack
1] to fight.
she was up in my face and i was ready to throwdown hardcore.
to street fight - comes from throwing down the gauntlet
you need to throw down when he's being an asshole
Usage: either as two words (throw down) or one (throwdown).
1. noun - Uncommon passion when having sex, making out, or some other form of sexual contact. Usually involves groping or aggression, sometimes growling, and varying degrees of being on the edge of losing self-control.
2. verb - to make something happen in a big way. to perform well, brilliantly, with virtuosity.
3. verb - to drink. a lot.
4. verb - to fight and win. Losing a fight should not be referred to as "throwing down."
"Wow... he's such a quiet guy. Who knew he'd have that kind of throwdown?"
"That band was off the chain! They threw the f**k down!"
"Oh, it's been a long week. I think it's about to be a case of the doublefisted throwdown with that case over there."
"Ooh... That dude at the bar was chattin' up the wrong girl. her man was about to throw down."
1) A Hardcore band.
2) A violent dance often displayed at hardcore shows.
1) I like throwdown. They sound nice to my ears.
2) There was throwdown at the 'Himsa' show. It was nice.
To contribute money towards the purchase of something.