Definition of crackalackin'
- what's up or what are you doing today. Also written as "crack-a-lacking".
- See more words with the same meaning: to happen.
- What is going on; What do you want.
What's crackalackin kid?
Hey, what's crackalackin?
- a substitute for any word.
Then I was crackalacin down the street...
He was crackalacin at me for no reason!This definition is questionable and is pending deletion. It will be saved from deletion if legitimate citations are found.
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'to happen':
|Definitions include: as a greeting, a rhetorical question asking about what's happening.|
|Definitions include: to happen without problems.|
|Definitions include: good|
|Definitions include: alternate spelling of crackalackin'.|
|Definitions include: v. to flatulate.|
|Definitions include: alternate spelling of crackalacking.|
|Definitions include: happening.|
|Definitions include: to express that something is inevitably going to happen; to express that something will occur;|
|Definitions include: cool, tight, etc.|
|Definitions include: "happening".|
Slang terms with the same root words
None. How about some random words?
|Definitions include: the natural pocket between one's clavicle bone and shoulder muscles, located next to the neck.|
|Definitions include: to begin swinging one's fists.|
|Definitions include: "amazing".|
|Definitions include: to fuck.|
|Definitions include: a great amount or number.|
|Definitions include: to leave.|
|Definitions include: to verbally attack someone; "rip (one) a new asshole".|
|Definitions include: "roleplay" or "roleplayer" or "roleplayed" or "roleplaying".|
|Definitions include: "Your mother".|
|Definitions include: "Thank you."|
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