Skive By, Skive-By or Skiveby
(Skive - A British slang word for for evading a responsibility or task, avoiding work by staying away or leaving early; it's often heard in the form "skive off")

Based on word Drive-By (as in Drive-by shooting)

To visit your parents or friend(s) for a favour (usually money, possibly drugs) of purely selfish and non-essential nature.Say, to borrow money to spend on a night out with friends rather than for urgent bills or an emergency.

To visit someone purely for self gain , to get something, rather than out of niceness or friendship
"I just have to do a Skive By of my mums so i can get some booze tonight" Said Karen after picking up Lucy for a big night out.

Justin did a Skive-by of Warrens, he knew warren would have some extacy pipes to sell.
作者 Ben C.L. 2007年10月14日
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