So I have been asked the same question by many people, some are doctors, some are lawyers and some are business executives. No, not really, just a doctor and a photographer and a couple others, but because of my example and it's Monday, which means, Weeds, I felt it amusing to say that. Maybe only amusing to me, oh well. As long as I'm entertained, right?
So back to the point. What does Holla mean? Seriously, quite a few people want to know this, and usually they txt me this question. I have a big problem with txting, the whole 160 characters rule. I just have to much to say to be contained to 160. So I don't know if my shortened explanation makes sense. So I promised to try here. I must say, this is how I and my closest of friends use holla, I am in no way saying it's correct, it's just what we mean. Holla can be used in a variety of ways. The most popular is when someone says something blatantly obvious, like, "Have you seen Silas on Weeds this season? He grew up." What would you say? "Holla." See, Weeds, right? And really, have you seen Silas and his milf (don't ask me about that one if you don't know) girlfriend. Come on. Wasn't he in like 9th grade last season and dating one of those Olsen girls? Back to holla, that is one way. Another is if something is going to be really fun, "I can't wait for that Kid Rock concert." "Holla." I know, those two are kind of the same thing but I felt the need to mention Kid.
So, there you have it. Someone says something that is obvious and you agree with, if you want you can give them holla. If not, don't. What do I care? Sorry, I've been sick all weekend. I finally feel better. This is what I've got.