Ya Mean- is another saying for youk know what I mean. (mostly used by brothas on the east coast).
That girl looks good ya mean...
An expression which adds a positive emphasis to an idea. It
can mean "cool" or "fantastic" or "you-got-it". Very popular
in the '70's when Isaac Hayes hit record "Shaft" used the
expression in its lyrics.
The most common way "Tap It" is used is as a greeting. If someone says, "Tap It," they are just saying hello. Do not punch them in the face, they are not coming on to you. As a greeting, "Tap It" must be accompanied with a hand gesture similar to those used by girls to get truckers to blow their horns. Simply make a fist with palm towards you, raise it above your head, and slowly bring it down. This gesture is to clarify that the "Tap" is just a "Hey, what's up."more...
the way to make a tap gesture varies from user to user, however, to authentically "TAP IT", one must point with their index finger (the nose pickin one), on their right hand, fully extend in the up direction, which is then followed by making a fist at the peak of height of the hand, and bringing the fist down. it is quite intruiging and has been known to become very popular at drunken happenings
The most common way "Tap It" is used is as a greeting. If someone says, "Tap It," they are just saying hello. Do not punch them in the face, they are not coming on to you. As a greeting, "Tap It" must be accompanied with a hand gesture similar to those used by girls to get truckers to blow their horns. Simply make a fist with palm towards you, raise it above your head, and slowly bring it down. This gesture is to clarify that the "Tap" is just a "Hey, what's up."
****the way to make a tap gesture varies from user to user, however, to authentically "TAP IT", one must point with their index finger (the nose pic...
A response to a statement, conversation, or action of others, and most commonly done out of annoyance, disgust, or hatred. First, observe another person's actions closely and once it becomes annoying let out a big "RIGHT."
Can also be used when the person you're saying "right" to does not know you exist. "Right" can be said under one's breath or in an extremely loud and disturbing manner. Saying "right" while alone is another favorite. Verbally repeating the statement or action made by the other person and followed with "right" is also common.
Also used with a question mark (?) and/or exclamation point (!). The easiest way to express scornfully one's low opinion of. A bitter response.
During a long drawn out speech/female explanation/monologue throw in "right" about 4 to 7 times quietly.
Build up from "right" to "RIGHT" gradually as shown in the examples.
Friend: So I was poundin' this chick right, and I got her legs up past her head and just when I was about to..."
Me: (Abruptly responds)
Right. Kinda poundin' like crazy, right? Gettin' yourself tons of pussy, Right?! RRRIIIIIIGGGGHHHTTTT!!!!!
Friend: (Quietly reading a newspaper)
Me: Right.............. (stares at friend uncomfortably). Kinda updatin' yourself with the rest of the world, right? You're like Mr. Current Affairs now, right?! Nevermind the fact that you dropped outta high school and ya don't know shit, right? RIIIGGGGHHHT.
Me: (Sitting alone in a quiet restaurant with only one other customer. That customer happens to be incredibly obese and eating a god-awful amount of food.)
(To myself while staring at the fat man)
Right? Piggin' out, right? Eatin' away at your life, right? Ya' got no hope for the future, right?! RIGHT!!
The two replacement words Bob Barker came up with for D-Generation X's "Suck it" catchphrase for one night only when he guest hosted WWE RAW.
Shawn: This is our livelihood here.
Bob: You made your point. I've got two words for ya: Spin it!
Yeah jewass got it right, he's a fucken mad carnt.
Choof it arp ya farken mad carnts!
Never Underestimate the Media’s Ability to Get It Wrong
Do they ever even try to get it right? Time after time the media reports things that just aren’t true. After 9-11 they reported nearly 6,000 dead. The terrorists killed about 3,000 and the media counted each person twice. What about the bombs on the GW bridge? And just about any breaking news is usually reported with inaccurate “facts” the first few times they report on it. Would anyone accept that from any other institution?
But that’s okay according to “the media” because it’s more important to get the news out fast. WTF?
“Sorry, Teacher. I know I got every answer on the test wrong. But I got it done faster than anyone else in class. So, I should still get an A!”
“Sorry Mr. Smith. We changed your tires instead of fixing the problem with your breaks and you got into an accident and killed three people. But look it this way, we got your car back to ya faster than any other shop would have.”
"The news said that Bush knew about 9-11 before it happened."