Originally from the game Counter Strike, the term refers to parking in a straight line, whereas the double gats are the reference point. Essentially, parking in a straight line gets the visual effect of the double gats.
"Ah dang, did we park like the double gats?"
"Nah, B O'Toole had to screw it up. At least we got out before he got us."
A band native to Lawrence, KS, known for their performances at LHS and with Tech N9NE. They rip some mad tracks with lyrics like "Country Bucket." They got the huckleberrys and the skittles with their nephew, son.
Country bucket shippin' things, oh eee oh!
A group of slightly confused teenagers that meander around town doing nothing.
You chillin' with the Fag Posse tonight?
Yeah, yeah. We going to Hastings and the gas station with Big D!
A guitar riff that sounds disturbingly simple and has little underlying meaning.
"Dang son, did you hear that Chaffin riff?"
"Yeah, it was just the E string over and over. Really original, just like the double gats!"
What B Murph and some other people say that they do, IE, crunk in the CLUB
"Ahhh, dang son! You'z gettin' crunk wit da shawties tonight?"