An expression used to delineate an experience as positive. Originating in the New Jersey region somewhere between 2003 and 2005, the phrase most often immediately follows a short description of an event or a product. While frequently used in conjunction with narrations of sexual events and acts, the phrase is flexible and can apply to nearly any situation.
Milo: How'd your date with Amelia go?
D'Angelo: Awesome, bro. We went to Outback and then saw that one fukin' movie that just came out, you know, the one about the fukin' government and shit.
Milo: Yeah? You get any?
D'Angelo: Oh, no doubt. Went and parked over behind Circuit City, right? And I turn the car off and look at her. And she's like "What are you lookin' at?" and I'm like "You got beautiful eyes, Amelia," and yo, no joking, right there she just unbuckled my pants and blew me; shit was SO cash.
Theo: I heard you and Sue hooked up last night.
Paul: Yeah, you heard right. That girl is a freak in bed.
Theo: Oh? She don't look too crazy.
Paul: No man, she's nuts. I fucked her like three times and she was still horny, kept on telling me to do something more kinky. So I was like "You want kinky?" and she was like "The kinkier the better" so I gave her the Inverse Metroid
; shit was SO cash.
C. Michael Curtis: Oh HELL no
dogg, I haven't seen you in crazy years! How you doin'?
Thomas Pynchon: Hey yo man, I just typed up a letter of support for Ian McEwan in his on-going struggle to clear himself of accusations of plagiarism.
C. Michael Curtis: McEwan? Wasn't he that nigga that wrote that book about that little bitch ruining that dude's life?
Thomas Pynchon: Hell yeah, playa', it's called "Atonement"; shit was SO cash.