BRIIP



the sounds of a dirt bike when its briiped. when you’re dropping the clutch and gunning it. the main definition is a little briip of throttle to get through whatever the obstacle there is. the other definition is a verb used to take place of another verb which you can decibe almost anything.
example: the sound and motion you make (briip), when you want roller coasters to go faster, shuffleboard pucks to go futher or when you just wanna f-ck b-tches!!!!! brrrriipppp brriiip

“i briiped her last night!”

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