skirt (better known as skrrt)
More than ever, rappers are using skirt in their lyrics, and not because they appreciate how the feminine item of clothing enhances a woman’s assets (although that's probably true). Hip hop has latched onto skirt’s use as a verb to mean “pass, avoid, or evade” (as in “she skirted the issue”). In rap, the word is commonly written as skrt or skrrt, and in that form, it's like an imitation of what a vehicle sounds like as it screeches away (as if making a high-speed getaway from an illicit activity).
“Skrrt-skrrting” requires having sick wheels, such as those possessed by Post Malone: “My whip fast, my b!tch bad, I skrrt-skrrt, that coupe fast.”
ScHoolboy Q’s “engine make the tire go skrrt!” And, in his "Lambo" (Lambergini), Travis Scott can apparently only pop one “skrrt,” but in his Bentley truck, he can “skrrt, skrrt, skrrt” to his heart’s content.
Of course, it would take rapper Lil Wayne to riff on both meanings of skirt: “My girls and cars both skirt off.”
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