best or longtime friend
This could mean one of three things: to insult someone; to dance bboy or bgirl style; to leave a place or event
Slang for cool or amazing.
to fake, to pretend, to act one way when you feel another
Having a casual relationship with someone.
While in general it means to rhyme or just to talk in general, in the 80s it was often used to describe speaking to someone with the intention of getting them romantically interested in you.
A saying delivered in response when some one who annoys you asked for anything, and I do mean *anything.*
An expression of enthusiasm or agreement
In the 80s, a person who had your back was your backup.
Similar to the term trip, to bug out means to overreact.
slang for police that actually goes back to the 20s and 30s
To be or get excited about someone or something.
An 80s slang used to mean the opposite – something that was nasty was actually really nice.