The amount most frequently demanded of more well-to-do peers by poor urban teenagers in American public high schools during the 1990s. Fifty cent(s) was, during this period, the quantity of change required to buy most sodas and candy bars from school vending machines.
"hey mahn, gimme fi'ty cent"
"(back-of-tounge smacking/clicking sound)"
Prices shown in USD.
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