Gangsters dont dance they "Boogie"
Listen to backyard boogie by Mack 10 and it'll explain everything
por MaRy*JaNe 08 de Março de 2006
10 Words related to boogie
Dance
Let's go boogie down tonight
por Anonymous 17 de Junho de 2003
1. to dance to, sing to or play boogie-woogie music
2. to engage in any lively or upbeat popular music or dance

especially rock and roll or 1970's disco
3. to party especially when drugs are involved
4. (also BOOGIE-WOOGIE) to engage in habitual lifestyle of immoral or destructive vices
The rich couple had cocaine and other party favors and had their friends over at the mansion to boogie all night long.
por Jon64Bailey 03 de Julho de 2014
racial slur implying a black person, but permissable among white people who are friends and family.
I called my big black billy goat Black Boogie, he acted like he wanted to fight but he was just pretending unless my ex-wife or my mother-in-law went in his space and then he could hardly be controlled from attacking them, for real.

My big black billy goat was Black Boogie. My ex-wife was Big Boogie. My daughter was Little Boogie. My name was Big Gomer.

por Big Gomer 06 de Novembro de 2007
A black person, typically from the ghetto.
Don't take the next offramp, or we'll end up in the middle of boogie-town.
por Robert T. Calhoun 12 de Dezembro de 2007
To 'party' with a girl or 'hook up' with her.
"Me and her boogied the other night."
por Diego 18 de Agosto de 2003
A gathering of skydivers that results in jumping out of various types of aircraft, partying, nudity, and all kinds of intoxicating beverages (after the beer light is turned on, of course).
The Chicks Rock Boogie was amazing this year.
por B!tchBoyShooter 13 de Outubro de 2010

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