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Short for Sunnydale, a public housing in the southern part of San Francisco
Mutation of the word "shit" (loss of the final consonant and a switching, or metathesis, of the first two sounds). Refers to general stuff, things, etc.
Stands for Bacardi 151, referring to the proof of the product. Allso pronounced "One-Five-One"
Refers to 31st Street, a notoriously rough street in West Oakland, a neighborhood best known as a center of the Black Panthers movement in the 1960's.
415 is the telephone area code for San Francisco, as well as portions of neighboring Brisbane and Daly City; and Marin County (across the Golden Gate Bridge to the north). Sometimes is pronounced as "four-fittaleeny"
415 is also the name of a now defunked group out of Oakland, featuring Richi Rich
One of many terms used to describe the police. It is widely used outside of Los Angeles as well.
The area code of the entire state of New Mexico, though many rappers claiming 505 are usually referring principally to the city of Albuquerque. However, 505 works well because there is a high degree of state unity in New Mexico due to its low population.
Crazy, insane, etc.
The 69th street projects in East Oakland (Longwood Gardens)
Area code that encompasses a large area north and east of the San Francisco Bay Area, including the Napa Valley and Humboldt County. In Hiphop, it is most often used in the context of representing North/East Bay areas in the coverage zone, particularly the city of Vallejo which is home to a number of Bay Area rappers, such as E-40 and Mac Dre.