Guy: "Can I get nudes?"
Girl: "N for n"
Guy: "Ok!"
by Rayne_Bow15 December 14, 2015
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An extremely boring and dumb rhyme scheme used in songs in which each line ends with the n-word.
Notice the N-N-N-N

This is Britney Spears when she was bald (N)igga
Punking niggas way before there was Punk'd (N)igga (true)
Smoking Ashton Kush, so I calm down, (N)igga
We don't want to hear your mixtape my (N)igga

- Amine, "Pressure in my Palms" (2020)
by Xeroxium December 15, 2020
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The act of attempting to leave the fast food restaurant In 'n Out, but coming back in after realizing you crave another succulent burger.
Man, I was so hungry, I went "In 'n Out 'n In"!
by Blatent Lack of Judgement August 4, 2010
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B N W N - This lolord means simply Bad News / Worse News. Usually it is a very direct prologue to sharing two pieces of information - the former bad, the latter worse. Each are actually informative, shedding new light on some matter. Sometimes, in a philosophical or poetic sense, B N W N indicates an double irony, an unavoidable truth about life that is not news at all, and neither good nor bad, but just fate. In either case, B N W N is best received while ellipsicated, to take a little bit of edge off the circle of life.
First use (actually informative) - (You finally take the call from your stockbroker who is managing 99.9% of your life savings in a dodgy fund.) He says, "B N W N." You reply, "Ok, B N first." He says, "That investment is too risky. You could lose 80% of everything, if you leave it in too long." You reply, "Oh, that is not too bad. Just let me know when it will happen. Give me the W N." He says, "Ok, I can tell you when." You say, "How is that B N? Just tell me when". He says, "It has."

Second case (blatantly obvious and unavoidable, so not news and just neutral fate) Ted, "Bud, I have some B N W N for you." Bud, "Well, ok, lemme have it, B N first." Ted, "Bud, I am gonna die." Bud, "Ted, that is horrible, I can't think of anything worse you could tell me, so I'm ready for the W N." Ted, "Bud, are you sure?" Bud, "Ted, yes of course, I am ready." Ted, "Good, then I am glad to tell you.... so are you."
by nothinc April 17, 2019
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A snippet of a cheerleading chant first heard by most in the song, "Hollaback Girl" by Gwen Stefani. It is actually part of an entire cheer that I first heard in the mid 80's. Usually heard from a cheerleading troupe during a game at a school whose school colors contain the color gold or yellow. (Players wear gold or yellow pants or jerseys.) This was considered quite a racy cheer at my high school in 1986... I only heard it used once. Here is the entire cheer ---
Go bananas, B-A-N-A-N-A-S
Go bananas, B-A-N-A-N-A-S
You lean to the left,
and you lean to the right,
you peel your banana,
and UNNGGHHH you take a BITE!!!

(by the way, Gwen is a former cheerleader herself, and I'm sure it would be a safe bet that the school she cheered at has yellow as one of its school colors.... )
by Santeria69 June 8, 2007
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1. ridiculous, blasphemous, unsightly, unheard of, etc.

2. the spelling of bananas

3. the sound that usually follows the word "bananas"

4. proof that gwen stefani has a sense of humor
1. damn, playing dead on arrival on drums on expert in rock band is bananas, b-a-n-a-n-a-s

2. person 1: hey, how do you spell bananas?
person 2: b-a-n-a-n-a-s

3. we're out of bananas, b-a-n-a-n-a-s

4. gwen: hey look i can spell: b-a-n-a-n-a-s, that spells bananas, see i'm smart
by easy0lucky0free May 3, 2008
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