Did you by any chance mean crops?
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A Middle English transposition of crisp.
- n. Plural form of crip.
“Why can't they have the culture and class of many here on ARRSE who happily sneer at 'crips',”
“We were not going to be "see how the poor crips kinda do a play", not on her watch.”
“Even those of us who have other labels which make us pitchforks-and-torches targets -- dykes, fags, Jews, crips, poor and not upwardly mobile -- have had a jolt, seeing how much crazy is pouring from the seams.”
“I believe it would basically become an issue of ex-military/law enforcement/armed citizen militia on one side, and gangbangers basically the crips and bloods on the other.”
“BNS? crips/bloods? who knows, but can no longer coordinate with.”
“They, along with a small number of their non-disabled peers, are creating images of crips, in all of our variety.”
“When crips and bloods just start shooting each other is that not the same as it my way or no way?”
“Somehow this sounds scarier than a street corner where the crips and the bloods are located opposite each other.”
“A shining example that contradicts this theory is Stanley "Tookie" Williams, a co-founder of the LA Gang, crips, in the 1970s.”
“If you're disabled, and you can't find a parking spot, it may not be because the number of crips in your area has increased.”
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