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Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by Ted Lee, Dec 18, 2003.
okay, i think i know what SHIZZLE is, but how about dizzle?
and what in the world is a fizzle?
Swizzle stick is one I know.....
It's either easier than ya think, or more difficult (my experience, anyway).
You already know what shizzle is, and I believe dizzle is dude. I think, for most words, you just take the first letter and add izzle.
shizzle, dizzle! Get it?!
But that does not explain hizzouse.
For Hizzouse, you add izz betwee the the first sound, and the last constanant... H___ouse... Hizzouse...
How bout sheezy, as in 'fo-sheezy'
Well, I figured that, but is there a solid code in which to follow?
that's "for sure" right??? :b
I think the rule is, if you have to ask, you probably shouldn't be using such terminology.
Actually, you can probably glean some of the rules by watching an episode of "Doggy Fizzle Televizzle" or whatever it is on MTV.
Dizzle is Dogg.
As in Snoop Dizzle.
It could be anything really I suppose.
One form is very much like Pig Latin. From an episode of Aqua Teen Hunger Force, "I had a strizoke (stroke) in my brizain (brain) / Man I got that from Kizinkos (Kinkos)." Simple.
I think the other form just cuts off the rest of the word at a seemingly random vowel. Dizzle means Dawg/Dog/Dogg (whatever), Shizzle means sure, pizzle means piece/peace. And the latest AOL ad, "Wait just one minizzle (minute)." Context is probably the most important to knowing what the hell they're saying, in most cases.
And instead of trying to understand it, just yell out "English, motherfucker! Do you speak it?!"
It's all a toss up.
Dizzle can mean Dog as Matt pointed out, but I've also head him say "What's the dizzle?" as in deal.
Just replace the last word in a phrase with izzle.. you get the idea.
Yeah, a lot of it needs context to really understand it. Sometimes it can be a complex and beautiful thing, mah nizzle.
I'm so doing this from now on.
you guys are crackin' me up fo shizzle!
there...i think i got it dizzle.
much lizzle from the wizzle sizzle
ted nononono, sorry just couldn't understand when you said it. It really is harder than it looks!
snoops a goon. although I would love to have his lifestyle.
Thanks a mizzle for the thread crizzle Dave.
Damn, you've got to love the english language it's so eloquent
Plizzle, make it gizzle awizzle.
Wizzle the pizzle Brizzle? Yizzle dizzle lizzle this thrizzle?
ALL YOUR BIZASES ARE BELONG TO US!
My personal fizavorite is BEYOTCH!