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    whl626 is offline Member
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    unknown phrase

    F'shizzle m'nizzle


    I wonder if this is an English phrase ? Or anyone knows what the meaning of it if it is other language phrase ?

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    Re: unknown phrase

    Quote Originally Posted by whl626
    F'shizzle m'nizzle


    I wonder if this is an English phrase ? Or anyone knows what the meaning of it if it is other language phrase ?
    It means 'for sure'. It's rap-Latin.

    Go to http://mediakit.blogspot.com/2003_06...t_archive.html for information on rap-Latin.

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    A good dictionary for this type of language is urbandictionary.com:
    http://www.urbandictionary.com/defin...zzle+my+nizzle

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    Many thanks :) Now I can reply the email to someone I asked to exchange links with. Because he used the above phrase, that made me wonder if he called me an ' idiot ' in the first place ;). Hah, it turns out to be the opposite

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