used in southern canadian cities such as toronto to refer to a fresh one-liner or half-bar from the start of a song. especially when the chorus forms the hook or contains the t-tle of the song and is used ironically to ridicule someone.
“you saying you ‘started from the bottom’ fam? now you just poor over there too!”
a heckler in the crowd: “ohh! he hit you with that fresh hook!”
- upside down double sw*nk surpreme
the act of someone on a trapeze by their feet jerking off two men i did an upside down double sw-nk surpreme to bill and john yesterday
- pullin a tanner
when you tell your friends you will hang out, then proceed to cancel it with a terrible excuse no more than 30 minutes of the interaction. friend: “hey bro do you want to go to the mall?” tanner:”sure bro” -30 minutes later- friend:”so you ready to go?” tanner:”nah bro, i gotta stay home and watch […]
gamers transmogrifying their characters appearance to have a s-xually revealing or provocative look. this appearance is called a sl-tmog. that hunter has a s-xy sl-tmog
1) someone who promotes events but doesn’t know how to spell. 2) someone who sh-ts their pants often. from what im reading he is king in the area at sh-tting his pants and booking shows; other local promotars wish they do 10% of the shifting themselves that he does.