term used by bulby from queen of the stone age. Twist on commonly used "glad to do business with you." Switching "with" to "on" implies different meaning that may be mildly amusing to teenagers.
When used in a simple transaction:

Dealer: Here is your meth.

Customer: Okay, glad to do business on you.
by zippojoker August 26, 2009
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Because u are amazing u are the one thing that people are still alive today for u r the reason i am who i am today
Why do i need you? because u r everything and everything will change when ur gone
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A phrase used to accuse someone of staring at you, often used by Drill Instructors at Marine boot-camp. The point being that if someone does't have a valid reason to stare at you (like you owing them money) then they should stop doing it.
DI: (notices recruit looking at him) Hey recruit, do I owe you money?

Recruit: ... what? Sir, no sir!

DI: They stop frickin' eyeballing me then.
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The thing your friend says when he obviously lost the argument
Lucas Dude Cmon it's obvious.
Munir I can't do this with you right now.
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the word describes it.
it is not its been a pleasure doing business with you, if you are reading this you know what i talkin' bout man.
Man: How much will that be?
P:200 dollars
Man: okey dokey
P: its been a business doing pleasure with you.
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