A blue bandana often worn by members of the gang The Crips to show affiliation.
"I make brothers pull their pants up, never try to sag/ in the presence of a real rider, that represent the C-rag" - Jayo Felony
agree with previous definitions, but should add the origin of this phrase-
the movie "Heathers"
Winona Ryder-"What's your damage?"
Classic Eric B and Rakim song, from their 1986 debut album of the same name. Includes the legendary Paid in Full, Move the Crowd, and My Melody.
Thinkin' of a master plan, cause ain't nothin but sweat inside my hand, so I dig into my pocket all my money is spent so I dig deeper, but still comin' up with lint, so I start my mission leave my residence, thinkin' how could i get some dead presidents
Badass female rock group, songs include "Pretend we're dead" and "Andres"
L7 are good hard rock, listen to "Andres"
A term that describes the portion or the music played by members of the hardcore community connected or adepts to the Hare Krishna movement. Had its roots in the early 80's with bands such as Cro-Mags and Cause For Alarm (although Krishnacore itself would did not exist yet). Grew from the straight edge and established itself as a sect inside Hardcore in the early 90's with the growth in popularity of bands such as 108 and Shelter.
Krishnacore pretty much died by the end of the 1990's after around half a decade of fast growth and worldwide recognition.
"Impudent" means rude; it often refers to rude behavior of a young person toward an older one or an authority figure, in particular.
A layman child or teen arguing business with an adult professional is often considered to be impudent.
Slang term used for a vial of LSD
in it's original liquid state.
I just got a vial from my guy, you want a sugar cube?