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homes

and homey and homie
n. a buddy; a pal. (see also holmes.) Me and my homie want to go with you.
See also: home

homey

verb
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HIS Red and white check slippers, pounds 19.99, Homeys; HERS Radox gift set, pounds 8, Boots; HERS Eyeshadow make-up kit, pounds 16, Famous@Superdrug; HERS Black and gold spotted lingerie set, bra, pounds 24, shorts, pounds 14, Lepel; HIS Captain America mug and tie, pounds 7.50, Debenhams; HIS Vintage motor car tin filled with mints, pounds 7, M&S; HERS Red and white star pyjamas, pounds 29, M&S; HIS The Greatest Goals DVD and The Little Book of Football gift set, pounds 14, Next; HERS Chocolate-print wellies, pounds 20, Littlewoods Direct; HERS Pink tool box and tools, pounds 17.60, Amazon
CHECK this one out, homeys: Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka are transforming themselves from football hit-men to chart, erm, hit-men, by recording a rap song.
They are closely followed by the homeys (18.5%), who are only interested in portraits of family, friends or pets, which then go proudly on display on their desk at work.
For example, in describing one of Malik's first encounters with some Harlem homeys, Jackson writes, "As I stood there it was like Malik had left his friends on the stoop and was standing in front of me, forty in hand, then spitting in my face, `Black boy blending.' The park was hardly a telephone booth and Superman I wasn't, but with a slow swagger I walked toward the group standing outside of the townhouse like I belonged in the neighborhood and they were mere loiterers.
Slabs made his debut in the 'Homeys v Travellers' end of week five-a-side on Friday, and the game was steeped in controversy.
At most clubs the teams would be picked at random, but we already know ours...the Homeys v the Travellers.