the amount of ‘saltiness’ in a word, phrase, or sentence.
“the amount of saltery in that persons sentence is unbelievable.
when you literally don’t give a f-ck about someone no more you ‘sackem’ originated in pompey well if he’s gonna be like that then ‘sackem’
- toking up
the act of smoking marijuana in an attempt to get high, see toke i was thinking about going to brad’s house and toking up this weekend
- whole billy
a pound of marijuana, 16 zips. ~$lim ¥enom “aye fam call the plug. tell em ni–as need a whole billy.”
- the mud pit
when you trying to do -n-l with a girl and around the b-tthole there is still feces. “nah man, she trying to pull me in the mud pit.”
an unnatural or foreign element to something, something that is not permanent, non-consistent, nonessential, or is an uncharacteristic attribute of something. nonherent is the opposite to inherent. monetary wealth is nonherent to the natural order.