Definition of highsided
- used to describe someone always fronting or being a fake; to ignore or disrespect someone by not acknowledging their presence.
Why you always gotta highside?This definition is questionable and is pending deletion. It will be saved from deletion if legitimate citations are found.
Last edited on Mar 07 2018. Submitted by Trent from TX, USA
on Jan 30 2000.
- to talk badly about someone's appearance.
Kari was highsiding Melissa when she yelled "your shirt is screaming I DON'T FIT YOU!" in front of Melissa's boyfriend. This definition is questionable and is pending deletion. It will be saved from deletion if legitimate citations are found.
Last edited on Mar 07 2018. Submitted by Anonymous
on Aug 28 2017.
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|Definitions include: a "friend" who is having sex with one of one's girlfriend or one of one's ex-girlfriends, without your expressed consent or permission.|
|Definitions include: bullets coated with Teflon to penetrate bullet-proof armor.|
|Definitions include: a metaphorical place that two people are in when there is no possibility of romance between them.|
|Definitions include: I Gotta Go Yo|
|Definitions include: to let a person suffer the consequences of their actions.|
|Definitions include: a very intense or lively person.|
|Definitions include: something superior in quality.|
|Definitions include: Acting or behaving like a dork.|
|Definitions include: breasts that are very saggy or lumpy and have cellulite-like texture.|
|Definitions include: someone who consistently screws things up.|
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