a loaf and a half means 150 dollars, half a loaf is 50 and a loaf is 100 dollars.
buyer: “aye man you have any weed for sale?”
dealer: “i have half an ounce, but it will cost you a loaf and a half.”
buyer: “alright that sounds good.”
- long road to haul
a saying meaning a hard life ahead with much obstacles and difficulties. also sometimes mistakenly stated as a long road to hoe. this would imply that they are either digging up the road or having s-x for money down the road. the correct would be long road to haul. something just isn’t right in the […]
“wise king” or “highly blessed ruler” long live (luxinu)
- mammographic memory
when you can’t remember chicks’ faces but you never forget a pair of t-ts “i didn’t even recognize her until she took off her shirt—i’ve got total mammographic memory.”
a term used to describe a male who spends most of their nights in town smashed, normally pulls girls and is concerned about being in shape. very often a “mcnarbles” will use anabolic steroids so they can continuouisly hit town, but still sculpt a decent body at the gym. mcnarbles’ pay no attention to speed […]
- Mississippi CPR
when lying back to back next to someone, farting so that you discharge your fart, right into that person’s -n-s. she thought he was p-ssed out drunk, so she gave him mississippi cpr. he then fell out of bed and threw up.