Originally Posted by remotemark
Where did this "Whip" expression come from? I hear it all the time all of a sudden. Any car language anthropologists out there?
The term has been in use for years through out most regions, most likely spreaded do to music.
Whip - Car, vehicle. Not to be confused with whooptie, which is not a whip. Nore to be confused with Beater or Get-A-Way car. The term "Whip" is actauly a complement to ones vehichle. You do not call a beater a "Whip".
Use of term exemple. "You wanna hop in my "Whip"?
"Lets take your Whip my beater is in the shop"
Derivitive: "Whipped" term used for personal driving skills. If one can "Whip" a vehicle he or she can drive realy well, realy fast, realy safe. Not to be confused with "Burnout" "Drifting" "Pealing off".
Learned from. I am a S.O.N.Y. college grad with a GPA of 4.0 and an honor student. If you dont know what S.O.N.Y. college is I will be happy to break down. STREETS OF NEW YORK - Brooklyn Campus.......halla and keep your WHIP clean....