Simply put, the boss of the street; controls the flow of commodities and/or whores on the street.
A: shit son, make way for the concrete general.
B: y'all know who I am!
Saying this with a straight face is a polite way of letting you know...its NOT funny.
This occurs after sharing something seemingly funny as the listener responds with a straight face and no vocal inflection.
Next thing I know, the guy vomited all over the train, lucky none got on me, but the best part was his shirt...
It read: "In my life, every day is a disaster..."
That's funny (straight face).
When you haven't been to parties for a while due to excessive studying/work.
Finally, you go to a party but it triggers the urge to party ALL THE TIME. Usually subsists after a week.
Student: Have to study hard. Gonna get that Ph.D.
Dude: You're going to Jenn's party tonight.
Student: OK. I suppose it won't kill me.
-1 week later-
Student: YEA PARTY AVALANCHE! I haven't been home for a week! This rounds on me!
when you tender is as good as cash
Look man, I don't have cash. I can only pay in tacos.
OK. That's still cash in the bucket.
When you see your audience pulling these out, it's a sign that your presentation is BORING.
Presenter: "Um...and this is the business model...I think?!"
*Blackberrys, iphones etc. come out*
Attendee: "Dude, phone vote says you suck."
To be working hard and thinking hard, constantly; thus being on one's grizzy
It refers to the lifestyle of the young, emerging worker in the knowledge economy. In addition, a satire on the corporate exploitation of talent in the knowledge production markets; similar in the way casual Fridays were spawned by tech workers in the early 90s.
Yaaz B, Jane said she’s give you head if you come drinking with us tonight.
Shut up fuck face! Can’t you see I’m working!? Constantly grinding, always thinking up new ideas and shit.
when you have a formidable proposition and want to close the deal
Don: Lookie here boy, I'll give you $50 for it.
Bill: Done. Cash on the barrel.