Feb 25 Word of the Day
Who fucking knows anymore? First, it meant factual, and now it means fictional. What the fuck, internet... what the fuck?
wrong-->"Oh my god, Jessica, your post literally scared me to death" right--> "I literally wrote this post at 3:04 A.M."
by Deathmatch1127 April 14, 2015
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1) A phrase of agreement. Used when responding to a statement.

2) Another way of saying, "Of course." Used when responding to a yes/no question.

Both are heard in mostly urban areas, especially ghettos. Either that, or heard in an SUV driven by some white, suburban kid listening to rap.
1) Rodney: That was a great party last night!
Samuel: Fo shizzle ma nizzle!

2) Herman: Was that party last night great, or what?
Helga: Fo shizzle ma nizzle.

By the way, it appears many of the people who defined this word don't like black people. You might say that Rodney Basil doesn't like suburban, white people, but that's not so. I am a suburban, white person.
by Rodney Basil April 24, 2004
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for sure my --insert colloquial expletive beginning with "n"-- .

Just to clarify... The "izzles" and "izzos" were introduced to urban pop culture by Double Dutch Bus in 1981, however, Snoop took it to a new level. Snoop interpolated Double Dutch Bus (which was written by Bill Bloom and Frankie Smith) and originally performed by Frankie Smith (NOT the Gap Band).
Dizzouble Dizzutch... Double Dutch.
by ebloom November 08, 2004
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