a phrase taken from the popular video of the black people seeing a leprechaun in alabama, originally said in the context "i just wanna know where da gold at"

when used in conversation, "gold" can mean anything that one wants to be kept secret from others, but is most often code for weed or booze
it also sounds completely ghetto
Jon: "Hey man where da gold at?"
Aaron: "At my house man, don't worry"
作者 psycolope 2010年10月19日

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