A person who has constantly accumulated irreputable damage throughout their entire life. Damage which cannot be easily repaired if at all. Also someone who has been beaten into submission by life's adversities or has given up on trying to overcome the obstacles.
A song by Metallica called, The Unforgiven might be about a broken man.
There's an old broken man living up the street who hides in his house all the time.
Typically an attractive, successful conservative with a University education and a career path planned out. They might dress provocative(classy) at work, in public or a night out on the town but not to be misled thinking they are looking for sex. They want to be 'noticed' and respected for being an attractive lady. They might hope to grab the attentions of a respectable gentleman who won't try to sleep with them but rather entertain them and make them enjoy their night out.
Prudes compromise the vast majority of normal younger working ladies in a city enivornment. Being a prudent person is considered a compliment or 'higher ideal' to them rather than an insult as some losers out there try but fail to imply. Prudes can be vehemently opposed to 'getting laid' or just laugh at the girls who do get laid like 'stupid, will they ever learn?'
A girl asks another girl in the office, 'So Jennifer did you get laid again?' She just looks over smiling and proudly proclaims, 'he was wonderful and lasted all night!.' The other prude girls giggle and one whispers, 'I feel so sorry for her.'
Respect and courteries rendered for an ethical, proper action someone did that is further warranted through facts, politics or other mitigating circumstances deemed necessary.
In a recent Man Tracker show on Discovery two beautiful, young, ambitious ladies lost to Man Tracker at 2.9 miles from finish but he still gave them all due propers, respects and courtesies for not being quitters(losers) in the face of adversity to reaching for their higher potential.
To steal someone else's unique style that sets them apart from the crowd, makes them famous, or otherwise steals their thunder making them warrant a lot less attention or swagger factor.
A good part popularized by celebs and hip hop songs like Black Eyed Peas - Boom Boom Pow. The female artists in the song sings, "Them Chickens jackin' my style. They try to copy my swagger. I'm on that next shit now."
A guy goes to a uppity club or a local trendy, upscale hang out spot with a few friends but dresses up in fancy black clothing to top the competition which earns him attention of beautiful women. He starts to notice more and more men doing the same looking and acting more like him. He realizes they are nothing but lame swagger jackers who have no real game of their own but to live off someone else's own success.
Living on the edge often with a little bit of a strange, quirky, humorous and spontaneous type personality but otherwise normal enough to blend in with most crowds.
I like running with scissors in my hand..haha.
A derivative of fuck off. When your cruising around town chillin and in the zone then you see some stuck up, ritzy, too right and proper bitches giving you dirty looks. You retaliate by giving them the middle finger in a jesture telling them to fuck off and mind their own business.
Hey Kourtney do you want to cruise around with me today and fuck some people off?
More and more often referring to the upper chain of command inside big, powerful corporations and within relationship to how lower ranking employees might be treated like peons especially since the recession has made jobs more scarce or valuable. Also dually referring to corporations exercising authoritarian or command-control policies acting more paramilitary in nature. Evil corporations might send out the 'hounds of hell' to go do job interviews and their evil bidding to find submissive slaves. When employees question their ethics they will often compare their corporation as being favorable within relationship to how employees in China are treated with whips and chains.
A woman who worked at a car renting dealership as an accountant began to take on more work load since the recession hit and was treated with much less respect even having management tell her to shut up. Meanwhile, the upper management appeared to do little as possible why maximizing the amount of work the lower peons had to be doing. People in her company began to refer to them as evil overlords.