on point
 adj.— «We were eating our pie and “mode” as we called it and Becky was like “How is your mode?” I was like its good. Becky and Corn and Tiff (who isn’t black but might as well be black) were like no, you have to say its on point. I’m like no I’ll sound stupid, I’ll sound like a wannabe…Then finally I gave in and they were like ok sarah how is that mode and I said its on point and then they cheered.» —“Sigma Phi Delta Nu rocks my sox!” by Sarah Alostgirlsbook May 2, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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