A person that can either make your life great or turn your life to a disaster.
Homie: What happened to you, bro? Why are you broke?
Dude: My dad went for milk 13 years ago and my momma can't afford a great life. F*ck him
Serial hi-rise public housing, usually tall or mid-tall concrete building that has identical buildings around it built in a cluster. Invented by communist or socialist governments to provide fast and cheap housing for its citizens. Most of them are in Europe, especially eastern Europe to provide the bulk of public housing. Some of American projects
are in fact commieblocks. SOME modern or a little bit renewed commieblocks are usually clean, can be comfortable and those successful commieblocks is a proof that public housing can somewhat work
Dude from American ghetto: Hey bruh, where you from dawg?
Dude from European ghetto: Um, commieblocks public housing
Dude from American ghetto: tf is that?
Dude from European ghetto: sh*t, projects built during communism or socialism homie
stokár, or stokar (plural stokári) is a term used in Slovak language. this term is used for people, generally men who usually live in the projects in Slovakia (sídlisko in Slovak), and they're life is usually harder because they might be working class and struggling, although that doesn't apply to everybody. Some people who just live in the projects and just hang around the streets might be considered a stokár. Stokári (plural) usually hang out around the blocks, hang around the streets, but they don't do much harm other than the fact that they might paint some graffiti, sell drugs or beat yo ass... they are not gangster but definitely influenced by the gang culture and such. this is just a 'basic' explanation or an example... this term is similar with the Russian term "gopnik" or the English term "chav". the term "stokár" is highly connected with hip hop, especially Slovakian hip hop
I saw a couple of stokárov (stokárs) hanging around the block listenin to some trap shit and playing ball
sídlisko is a Slovak term and it mainly means housing estate or housing project. This term has a ghetto-like feeling to it in Slovakia, but housing projects in Slovakia are way different than projects in the US. These housing projects generally don't have notorious history, and they're usually mixed in social classes, but they're still considered to be 'the hood', especially by the younger people. a lot of rappers from Slovakia come from a sídlisko, and they usually had harder life, but not everybody living in a sídlisko has hard life, in fact, a lot of people in is such a place are living great lives, everything depends on one's living situation
Person 1: hey bro, where does richard live?
Person 2: he lives in sídlisko, Sídlisko III in Prešov
me like is basically a form of identification. you're out drinking beer? you're you like (me like). you're dealing drugs? you don't need to say you're a plug, just say you're you like (me like). don't know how to identify or describe yourself? it really don't matter, because you're you like (me like)
Person 1: Wow, you're a really bad person
Person 2: Naah, I'm just me like
a ghetto ass city in eastern slovakia
. if you ever go to Prešov, expect a lot of commieblocks
(public housing built during communism and socialism)
Dude you just met: Hey bro, where you from?
You: I'm from Prešov, i'm straight outta eastern Slovakia baby!
Dude you just met: *walks away*
it depends applies to probably everything. just cause you gangsta dont mean you from the ghetto, and just cause you're from the suburbs doesnt mean you're rich/middle class
Person 1: Yo this kid is from the 'burbs, he prolly rich asf
Person 2: it depends