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Floss

verb; zero derivation
The act of showing off expensive jewelry. Saying floss greatly reduces the number of words needed to describe the action of showing off expensive jewelry. Also, saying show off has more of a negative connotation while floss has a positive connotation in the fact that you are able to possess such wealth.
 
Arm out the windows just to floss my ice
Etymology : Zero derivation
Source : Big Tymers
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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