Mans: Friends; people you're not ashamed to claim in public; homies. She always come through." Mo/Bruh/Cuz/Slim/B (noun): All variations of 'bro.' It's a casual way to address someone. As of late, it has been devalued as people use it out of context.
Kirk (verb): To get excessively upset to the point of yelling and ranting. " Main Mans 100 Grand/Ace: your best of best friends; ride or die friend. It mainly appeals to African Americans by telling them to remember their rights and not to be fooled into believing racism doesn't exist.
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The Montgomery County woman met him on a dating website.
Two months into their relationship, the pair had a planned trip to Costa Rica to celebrate her birthday.
It seemed like love at first sight."We would go out to dinner or we would go to an NBA game and most people would just have their check card in their pocket, but this guy would have a wad of cash – I would guess ,000 to ,000 in cash," she said.
"She’s the rachetest witch of the West" Smack (adjective): Out of control; out of character (in a bad way); similar to wack. It's sweet and tangy, it's put on fried chicken, fries, shrimp, and fried rice.
"Mo, why would you do that when I just told you not to? " Rachet (adjective): A diva who thinks she's attractive, but really isn't; usually loud, rude, and doesn't understand how to do anything without drawing attention. Syce/Sice (verb): To make something more than it is. "Stay woke, or you'll get lulled back into ignorance." Mambo Sauce (noun): A sweet tangy sauce available at Chinese takeouts in the DMV.
Here's our first episode of "Under the Beltway," where we introduce ourselves, discuss our shared lack of dating experience, bemoan the state of romance in the District, and venture into the world of Craigslist's quintessentially D.
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