WOULD YOU PLEASE GIVE THE MEANING OF THESE
3)What kind of party “party slumber” is?
5)He doesn’t know which way is up (what does up mean?)
6)Is “get in” used for motorcycle?
Max: what did she say?
Paul: like I remember (what does “like” in the dialog mean?)
1)Grunge down- not sure, I think it means to dress like a slob...??
2)Drab up - again, I am not 100% sure - possibly someone's investigating something painstakingly, taking a very long time to look for things.
3)What kind of party “party slumber” is? - it's a sleep over party.
4)Pop quiz- it's a quiz where questions come unannounced and without prior warning.
5)He doesn’t know which way is up (what does up mean?) - he is confused.
6)Is “get in” used for motorcycle? I would say "get on".
The word like replaces here "Do you think I remember?"
It's a very common way of talking among young people where almost every other word is like . It can be terribly annoying. Add another popular word "so" ( as in " I am like so hungry") and you have a perfect example of something we like to call a ditzy talk.