noun. nice buttocks. Lil’ momma got the cake. See more words with the same meaning: buttocks, butt, ass.
The 🎂 emoji might refer to a nice butt.
People can also use a 🎂 to talk about working out so they look their best.
Get cake = Make Money /die young =die young.
In the post, Lawson describes the woman that can be seen sitting on his lap as having “cakes on the low.” He asserts that the remark was only meant to convey that she had a nice body. Lawson also clarifies that they were dancing in a club, not in a strip club.
DUMP TRUCK is widely used as a complimentary, but sexist, term for a woman or girl with a big booty. Tony: Wow! That girl has got a great ass! Joel: That’s one hell of a DUMP TRUCK with those leggings on!
Fans of the Internet might have recently seen a new ‘Is It A Cake? ‘ meme circulating on Tik Tok, Twitter and Instagram. In it, realistic items (plant pots, bags, shoes, human limbs) are cut into with a knife and revealed to in fact, be made of cake. First We Feast. @firstwefeast.
And because the phrase “butterflies in your stomach” can signify the nervous energy of new love, this emoji can also mean that you have a crush or are falling in love.
The 👅 (tongue) emoji is also a sexual innuendo.
People send this emoji to flirt over text or even try some sexting—if you see 👅 in a steamy text from your date or significant other, they’re referring to oral sex.
The majority of people agree that it means ‘shy‘. As if you were twiddling your fingers together, nervously. The emojis can often be paired with the emoji too, for extra nervous vibes. The emoji sequence can be used if you’re about to ask someone a soft, yet risky question, or if you’re just feeling hella shy.
slang. the buttocks. See full dictionary entry for bun.
@isabelasfurlan well it means ‘cake’ which can be used as slang for ‘butt/ass‘ or when someone wears too much makeup, they can be referred to as ‘caked’
To most of us, pie conjures up an image of a pastry with fruit filling, yum … but to drug dealers (or users) pie refers to a kilogram of drugs, usually cocaine.
Origin: Cake became a slang term meaning money. ‘I want some cake’ / ‘if we do this the right way; we’re going to be baking later’ / ‘He’s making cake’. Originated from an unknown Californian street slang source.