What I read

What I see

Does not add up

But hey, you know this and have done long time ..

So the issue

Can’t believe what I read

Was never authenticated
Issue … Misuse
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A offensive slang term describing a mixed-blood American Indian person in North Carolina and Virginia, dating back to the dated designation of "Persons of Free Issue" on birth certificates and census data before slavery had ended.
You know them issues up in _____ county?
by redbandit2 July 27, 2010
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A ridiculously hot woman
Check out that issue or
She's a real issue or
I'd love to get across that issue or
(in a club packed full of hot women) This place is issue central!
by G-dyne of the B-unit November 16, 2006
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Code for meth. Methamphetamine, in itself, has a negative stigma amongst the vast majority. Using a code word, such as issue, or work, etc. sometimes makes the illegal process of buying and selling more inconspicuous.
Hey. Can you hook me up with some issue until I get paid tomorrow?

I got some new issue. Its fire. Hit me up if you need some.
by EdgebrookHTOWN November 1, 2019
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Fancy and elegant way to say "problems".
It is so used nowadays, that people often feel proud and want everyone to know about them.
Poor bastard... he has problems. I, have issues.
I don't have drug problems, I have chemical dependancy issues.
by BlackBMX January 31, 2006
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Type One Issue: That component of a your character that is screwed up due to a previous relationship.
Type Two Issue: That component of a your character which will be screwed up due to your current relationship.
Type Three Issue: What your current boyfriend or girlfriend has when your Type One Issue gets in the way of their attempts to give you a Type Two Issue.
Example: Any furious domestic argument; see your own life for examples. You probably have issues about it.
by Seeker6079 January 21, 2006
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Euphemism used in human dynamics, including but not limited to romances, workplaces and general social discourse.
It is used by X, who is miffed at Y’s refusal to be manipulated by X or act in a way that X wishes them to. X is socially precluded from saying, “Damn! Y won’t bend to my will, which is the only thing that matters! Me! ME! MEEEEEE!!!!! Curses!”, and so, rather, quietly responds with the back of the verbal hand, slyly denigrating Y as having “issues”. The “issue”, of course, is that Y has enough character or determination not to dance like a monkey to X’s tune. The term is non-gender specific, as both men and women are likely to use it in some form or another.
Example 1: John Doe has tried to inveigle Jane Moe into bed. She says no. Thwarted, John Doe sneers that, “well, you know, Jane Moe has Issues regarding strong men”, pejoratively implying lesbian tendencies . Reality: John Doe is an irritating, self-satisfied blowhard and well worth avoiding.

Example 2: Jane Fictional has tried to alter the conduct of her boyfriend, John Examplefellow. He refuses to make changes that are, in her view, necessary to improve the relationship; he has reasons for doing so, based on his experience(s) and/or view(s), and presents them. Jane will complain to her friends that John “can’t move forward because he has Issues”. Reality: she is nettled that she is unable to “fix the rules” of the relationship, and ascribes this not to controlling tendencies on her part but to nonexistent problems on his.

Translation Assistance. When one hears the phrase “(s)he has issues…”, mentally edit the phrase to read “(s)he won’t do what I want” and see if that more accurately describes the real outlook of the speaker. If it does, you have identified and isolated the Euphemism, and can run for shelter at your best speed.
by seeker6079 October 26, 2005
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