juin 14
See you later, see you tomorrow, see you soon, see you never, see you in a bit.

Used to indicate that you will see the person later.

From "The Weekenders," a cartoon show where the main character would say it at the end of every show.
Dude A - "Ok bro I'll see you when you get back."
Dude B - "Gotcha man, later days."
de Inferno Reign 19 juillet 2005
juin 13
1. Total and undeniable beatdown of a person by means of trashtalk.

Synonyms: owned, faced, pwned, ruled
oh shit son, you got merked.
that bitch merked the shit out of you.
de Tony Te Fan Club 5 octobre 2005
juin 12
In racing, it is the clipping of the apex of a turn to attain higher corner exit speeds. This achieved by breaking the tire traction limit and putting the car into a controlled skid. As the vehicle slides, the weight shifts from each tire to another, and causes the car to circle around and clip the apex.

Popularized by the anime "Initial D."
They call keiichi tsuchiya the Drift King because he drifted in touge battles.
de davey 29 novembre 2003
juin 11
any person who makes his millions off of marketing rebellion or angst.
"Oh comethefuckon, all that crap they package and sell as alternative or punk these days is just the rebellionaires cashing in"
de jake-owa 28 mai 2006
juin 10
When it feels as though bits of your brain have been disconnected, (ie when your feeling stupid), this substance helps to stick them back together again. Sadly, has not yet been invented :-(
I went out partying alll night, and was in serious need of some brain glue the next morning!
de Helping Out 29 mai 2006
juin 9
A wild, mobile party with a long line of cars with all the doors open, in which occupants ghost-ride, flambost, dance on the hood and roof, and otherwise get hyphy.
We ganna Ghostride tha Whip, and create a Hyphy train.
de Lex Diamond 25 mai 2006
juin 8
Mayne is a Southern term used the same as sayin 'man.' Its in alot of Crunk Songs.
'Yea mayne' or 'What up mayne'
de Shae 1 septembre 2004

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