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Caked-out

1 Aug , 2013  

Caked Out

Adjective

1. Doing well, you got yours. Comfortable.

Ex:”Dude is so caked-out he’s just giving money away.” “He’s giving to charities you idiot.” “Still though caaaaaaaaked-out.”

Origin: Ice-T talking about the 1984 Mr. T record “Mr. T’s Commandments” he wrote and why he isn’t ashamed of it.

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From the now’s

1 Mar , 2009  

nows

Prepositional Phrase

1. Indicating the current time period. Similar to phrases like “from the 80’s”.
Ex: This look is so from the now’s.

Origin: This is borrowed from Vice, the do’s and don’t column are rife with looks that are from the now’s.

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