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1. The catch-all phrase for expressing approval of someone's admiration of your present action. Also used to express that a present state or action is so oft-repeated, it is as habit to the speaker.

See That's how I roll and that's how we do
1a. "You got with dem 22s on yo ride, man? That's gangsta."
"Act like you know, man. You know how I do."

1b. "You still won't have a pinup in a fabulous room/On her back pickin' out baskets of fruit/(I love you boo)/
Yeah freak and Petey love you too/Ha Ha/You know how I do..." ~Petey Pablo

1c. "You got dem Now-or-Later Gators man? You stay fresh n****!"
"You know how I do."
av redgyul 21 september 2004
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1. A term that is usually used by drug dealers which means to acquire more of or to replenish the supply of a particular drug.
Dope is running low...I'm gonna need to re-cop tonight before I'm completely out.
av DBJ 3 augusti 2004
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n. Engrish can be simply defined as the humorous English mistakes that appear in Japanese advertising and product design. Often,not only in Japan, but all around the world.
A sign in a Japanese hotel room may read "No Smorking" instead of "No Smoking".

There are many Japanese snacks with American names, such as "Dew-Dew Mix", "Pecker", and "Eat Me!".
av RogueRising 13 augusti 2003
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An oversized teeshirt that usually reaches down to one's knees. Commonly worn by gangsters, thugs, and wiggers.
Yo I was rockin' my tall tee when this little white bitch was testin' my gangsta.
av Alex 25 augusti 2004
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go(adj): a saying used in the bay area describing something tight or clean.
Ay yo shirt is hella clean that go.
That new ying yang slap go.
That movie hustle and flow go.
av nelle 18 september 2005
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very fancy, posh, or trendy
I love this swanky new club! It's slammin'!
av Ash 5 januari 2003
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The “jump” is the place in a newspaper story where the story moves from page A1 to, say, page A23. Numerous studies show that the overwhelming majority of readers do not bother to follow the story past the jump line. Although you don’t see it when you read newpapers on the internet, most people read newpapers in the print form – and savvy editors use the power of the jump to their advantage. Humorously used by the blogosphere to indicate information that will be added in later.
After the jump, we'll discuss the President's foot fetish.
av Armando Perez 17 april 2005