what was said to thurgood by sampson in the critically acclaimed and cult status movie, “half-baked”.
basically the scene entails sampson calling thurgood to set up a meeting with “mr. nice guy”, who is the accronym that thurgood and his friends have decided to use while selling marijuana to bail their friend kenny out of jail, certainly a movie worth checking out if you havent yet. hilarious.
thurgood: whose this?
sampson: it’s sampson, smartypants!, put mr. nice guy on the phone!
thurgood: (pretending to be operator) “emergency breakthrough”, sampson its shiela, mama fell!
sampson: shutup b-tch!!
you a real n-gg- now boy, ol green eyes gonna miss ya!
kenny: hey girl, you hungry?
fat, nasty black girl on the street: f-ck you n-gg- !!!
kenny: i’m sorry i was talking to the horse.
an idiot who cant spell idiot correctly. ittiot: go look up the word idiot before someone shoots you.
- i've got an egg on
a way of ending a phone call without causing offence. but actually code for “i’m going now because you are boring the sh-t out of me”. bob: “…and then on 14 i made a great par-save from the heavy rough…” rob: “ok, anyway listen mate i must go – i’ve got an egg on…”
an acronym for “i wouldn’t but mufeng would,” usually means that you would not do anything that mufeng would do. dude 1: “hey would you f-ck a guy in the -ss for a billion dollars?” dude 2: “iwbmw” dude 1: “real talk.”
- i wouldn't touch that with a 20-foot pole
a phrase used to say that you strongly wish to stay out of the way of an argument/heavy situation and not have any involvement. employee: i caught debra and jeff having s-x in the office, what the h-ll are they thinking? boss: err, i wouldn’t touch that with a 20-foot pole.
i want to kick you in the face, mother f-cker! used randomly, usually said to a friend. steve: hey ray ray: eh? steve: (sing) i want to kick you in the face, mother f-ckerrrrrrrrrrrrrr irc: ray has joined #main iwtkyitf,mf!!!