Hustle man

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A character played on the TV show "Martin". Hustleman was often seen on the tough urban streets of the ghetto trying to sell questionable black-market goods lined on the inside of his trench-coat.

Enterprises included operating a door-to-door wedding & food catering business based out of a stolen shopping cart, selling free-range chicken marinated in pork and bean juice and trying to get a record deal playing a saxophone with a kazoo stuck to the mouthpiece. Not to be confused with his brother Bobby (Bobby's from Texas). Hustleman comes from the means streets of Detroit.

What you got hustleman? What you sellin? You know my sales slogan, You want it - - I got it, If I ain't got it - - I'mma get it, So get it while the gettins good!

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hustle

  
    vb  

1  to shove or crowd (someone) roughly  

2  to move or cause to move hurriedly or furtively  
he hustled her out of sight    

3  tr  to deal with or cause to proceed hurriedly  
to hustle legislation through    

4  Slang  to earn or obtain (something) forcefully  

5    (U.S. and Canadian)  
slang  (of procurers and prostitutes) to solicit  
    n  

6  an instance of hustling  

7  undue activity  

8  a disco dance of the s  
    (C from Dutch husselen to shake, from Middle Dutch hutsen)  
&#;   hustler    n  

hustle up  
    vb  tr  
Informal    (chiefly U.S. and Canadian)  to prepare quickly  



  • wing man  n. someone who is providing advice and support for his mate when it comes to potential relationships/partners
  • to man up  v. to face a situation courageously

    colloquial

  • grow a pair  exp. be a man

    familiar

  • doozy, doozie  n. something excellent, impressive

    E.g.: The concert was a real doozy.

  • friezaness  n. similar or relating to the lizard space man
  • shotgun wedding  n. 1. marriage often occasioned or precipitated by pregnancy and into which one or both partners are coerced; the expression, born in the US, calls on imagery of a father coercing by way of a firearm,a young man to marry his enceinte daugther 2. forced compromise, merger, accord etc. imposed by necessity

    1. Looks like a shotgun wedding for these two! 2. The two manufacturers announced a shotgun wedding prompted by slumping sales and financial losses

  • gentlemanlike  adj. a man of good breeding, well-behaved, courteous, polite who behaves like a gentleman
  • left-handed marriage  n. Marriage between a man of royal or noble birth and a woman of lesser status, with the stipulation that wife and children have no claims to his titles or possessions or dignity. Still common at the beginning of the 20th C., the practice is now rare. Syn. Morganatic marriage, marriage of the left hand

    So-called, because at the nuptial ceremony the husband gives his left hand to the bride, rather than his right, when saying, “I take thee for my wedded wife.”

  • hench  adj. (typically of a man) strong, fit, with well-developed muscles.
  • Pick up artist  n. a person, generally a man, dedicated to improving his skills in attracting and seducing the other sex

    Other spelling : Pickup artist The use of "pick up" in this context comes from American slang and means becoming acquainted with, esp. with a view to having sexual relations

  • be a wuss  exp. not to be able to act like a man, be a pussy

    slang

  • blood, sweat and tears  id. expression referring to a high amount of effort, dedication, endurance for pursuing a cause, achieving a goal

    He put blood, sweat and tears in making this movie

  • cougar  n. older woman having a relation with a younger man

    familiar

  • neater  n. clean, neat, groom
  • primal  n. primary, main, basic
  • amazeballs  adj. amazing, awesome, extraordinary

    e.g.: amazeballs show


 

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A character played on the TV show "Martin". Hustleman was often seen on the tough urban streets of the ghetto trying to sell questionable black-market goods lined on the inside of his trench-coat.

Enterprises included operating a door-to-door wedding & food catering business based out of a stolen shopping cart, selling free-range chicken marinated in pork and bean juice and trying to get a record deal playing a saxophone with a kazoo stuck to the mouthpiece. Not to be confused with his brother Bobby (Bobby's from Texas). Hustleman comes from the means streets of Detroit.

What you got hustleman? What you sellin? You know my sales slogan, You want it - - I got it, If I ain't got it - - I'mma get it, So get it while the gettins good!

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#MCM: Hustle Man From Martin—His Work Ethic Was Unparalleled

Hustle Man—the character played by Tracy Morgan on Martin—always kept a job.

You can talk about how he flip-flopped from gig to gig all you want, but his persistence at keeping the checks coming in and his eagerness to diversify his skill set were pretty impressive. Especially in Detroit.

You have to give credit where credit is due, and no job was beneath him.

Why, he sold chicken (or was it hens? or pigeons?) on a stick, going door to door in the middle of a blizzard. Talk about taking advantage of opportunity and blitzing the market with product.

He sold flowers roadside, and 10 minutes later—when he noticed Martin and Gina were in need—he tried to sell ’em some tires. 

He was a wedding planner and developed affordable alternatives to those pricey items on wedding lists.

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He sold jewelry.

He was managing and training a rapping chihuahua named Icepick. “Go ’Pick! Go ’Pick! Go ’Pick!” And lest we forget, he was also managing a cockroach that could pop-lock better than Rerun. 

He played the saxophone and even secured an audition with a major record label.

All jokes aside, all of this spoke to Morgan’s comedic genius. Word is that Morgan ad-libbed many of his scenes. Here’s to Hustle Man, who never let a sluggish economy get him down and hustled by any means necessary.

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Martin Lawrence Show('Hustle Man' sells Martin a wedding ring)

Life works like that. Some of us are leaders, others are losers. There is nothing unnatural in this. " Michelle literally jumped up and, having rolled the video in the window, turned around.

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It suits you, - and I left the girl alone in the entrance, watching her through the peephole. The virgin, hesitating, pulled off her skirt. She folded it neatly near the threshold, then took off her shirt, remaining completely naked, and knocked on the door. I was in no hurry to open, enjoying the piquancy of the situation.

Anya knocked again.



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