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Definition of Bakery



  • something that's hella fresh, dope or awesome. Something or someone you love. A compliment or high form of praise, gratitude and/or respect.

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    Yo that hoodie's mad bakery!!!!!

    Those kicks are bakery doe! (doe here can mean dope, as well as "dough")

    You bakery?....Or Nah???

    This slang originated from The Bronx, NYC, and was invented by Mike Warshauer, a K-12 Art Teacher.

    Last edited on Mar 28 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 28 2014.

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