What does PIMP mean?An acronym for the slang phrase "Peeing In My Pants" — used to express how funny or terrifying you find something.
Other definitions of PIMP:
- A procurer at a brothel who works with prostitutes, securing shelter, clientele, and money management for their employees. This term has seen use since the 1600s.
- An acronym that can mean "person in managing prostitutes", a reference to the profession of providing security and money collection services for sex workers. Often, the role can take on misogynistic traits, like ownership (sex trafficking) and coerced dependency. In a more casual sense, may refer to someone who has many suitors and has a prolific, public sex life.
- In Australia and New Zealand, can mean informer or stool pigeon, who acts like a decoy to later feed information to the police.
- When used a verb, can mean advertise or sell, but also occasionally can mean upgrade or trick out.
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How to use the term PIMP:
Dude, the joke was so funny, I was ROFL, PIMP.
She's been our pimp for about six years now and takes care of our needs. She's only had to kick out a few ruffians.
He thought of himself as a pimp, though many would describe him as a simp.
Oi bludger, make it hard yakka for the pimp in the corner before you make the handoff. Wait for him to rack off. Good on ya.
Go out into the mall thoroughfare and pimp these samples. We gotta get some business going.
I was on that show where they pimped my ride. What was the name of it again? Monster Garage?
More slang terms:
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This term refers to the Harry Styles song of the same name, Watermelon Sugar. In the song, Styles demonstrates his adoration of the substance and the high he experiences around it. When prompted in multiple interviews, the artist alluded that the song is not about oral sex (as many have assumed), but instead the emotional feeling one experience at the beginning of a new relationship.
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