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Used by Farangs who want to pretend to be all ghetto-experienced and 'in' on any police dealings. Pretty sad usually. There's a couple more expressions like that.

EDIT: Present company excepted, of course.

So 'winnie' you know all about being ghetto, do you? Me,like being of the booyakasayah gang…I have to say I thought it meant 'boys in brown' but reading the replies I see it has many variations, nice one! You are so yesterday, but please enjoy the 18th century! Eeeye! Peace out!

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