1. jib (Verb) To lightly ridicule in a humourous and friendly or well meaning way. A familiar Salopian concept.
Should be used with extreme caution. Experience has shown that many people do not understand the concept of jib and as a result friendships can be broken.

2. jibby (adjective) a person of statement that displays jib.
"Why did she stress when i called her a gash-eater? It was just a bit of jib!"

Sorry I called your mum a worn-out shoe last night, I get a tad jibby after a few ales lad.
作者 ginga from Salop 2006年6月26日
Jib also Jibbage Jibbing and jibbed, to run away.
"Theres the police lets jib" or "them two are jibbing from the fuzz"
作者 Henry B 2006年4月19日
Man these people are idiots. Jib is not to cum (not come), Jiz is what the morons meant to say.

Jib is to do a trick off of an unusually placed object, such as a rail or a box in a snowboard park (no the rail is not supposed to be in the middle of a trail).
An example of a jib would be to slide on a box in a snowboard park.
作者 Jerz07002 2006年4月01日
to split up with some one. used in liverpool and the surrounding areas.
''o.m.g she's well gona jib him by the end of the night 'cos he's bein a slag!''
作者 x_emma_x 2006年1月03日
someone's head or facial expression

can be positive - "i like her jib" or negative "he's got a bit of a jib going on.."

see also gurn
"jesus, look at him in that photo!"
"yep, thats one hell of a jib"
作者 john o'groats 2005年12月20日
The situation, information or plan.
See: sitch
Is Guy in on the jib?

Is Ornz wise to the jib?
作者 Elijah Stewart 2005年7月17日
a trick performed on an obstacle by a snowboarder
let's jib that box
I jibbed the shit out of that rail
作者 Ribs Noswad 2005年3月20日

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