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Definition funny of Props:

urbanProper recognition

urbanI give him props for sleepig with Venessa

urbanProps is short for "propers" as in, "proper respect"

urbanOn 13 Dec 2001, Joe M**** answered the question on Deja News. Here is how it is explained: Props, short for Propers, -Don't forget that the entire word "propers" is used in the song "Respect", written by Otis Redding and most famously recorded by Aretha Franklin in 1967. At least, I think it is ("all I'm askin' in return honey is to give me my propers when I get home")-

urbanSlang term for "accolades", "proper respect", or "just dues". Popularized in the 1980s by rappers who shortened the term "propers" which was in turn being used as an abbreviated version of "proper respect" at least by the 1960s. The increase in this term's usage during the late 1980s and early 1990s coincided with an increasing fascination with the mafia within rap circles. Both communities have traditionally placed great emphasis on the importance of earning and giving respect.

urbanMy four-year-old son is the king of Chutes and Ladders, but punk neighbor kids won't give him his props.

urbanrespect, recognition

songs

Songs about Props:

songsProp Me Up Beside the Jukebox (If I Die) by Joe Diffie from the Album The Ultimate Collection

songsWho Got Da Props (LP Version) by Black Moon from the Album Enta da Stage

songsProp Me Up Beside The Jukebox (If I Die) (Album Version) by Joe Diffie from the Album 16 Biggest Hits

songsProp Me Up Beside The Jukebox (If I Die) (Album Version) by Joe Diffie from the Album Honky Tonk Attitude

songs40 Acres And My Props [Explicit] by Showbiz & A.G. from the Album Runaway Slave [Explicit]

songsProp Me Up Beside The Jukebox (If I Die) (Album Version) by Joe Diffie from the Album Greatest Hits

songsWho Got Da Props by Black Moon from the Album Dah Instrumentalz

books

Books about Props:

booksThe Prop Builder's Molding & Casting Handbook by Thurston James (Nov 15, 1989)

booksThe Prop Building Guidebook: For Theatre, Film, and TV by Eric Hart (Mar 8, 2013)

booksProp Box Play: 50 Themes to Inspire Dramatic Play (Gryphon House) by Ann Barbour and Blanche Desjean-Perrotta (Sep 1, 2002)

booksThe Prop Builder's Mask-Making Handbook by Thurston James (Dec 1, 1990)

booksProp Riders: 60 Years of Racing Hydroplanes by William G. Holder and Phillip Kunz (Dec 28, 2003)

booksProp up the leanin' side by Margaret T Jensen (1992)

booksForever Flying: Fifty Years of High-flying Adventures, From Barnstorming in Prop Planes to Dogfighting Germans... by Bob Hoover (Aug 1, 1997)

movies

Movies about Props:

moviesProps BMX: Road Fools 16 2008 NR - Runtime: 53 mins Starring: Dakota Roche, Corey Bohan, et al. Directed by: Stew Johnson and Walter Pieringer

moviesProps BMX: Road Fools Rock-n-Roll Tour 2 2007 NR CC - Runtime: 57 mins Starring: Mike Aitken, Diogo Canina, et al. Directed by: Chris Rye

moviesProps BMX: Road Fools 18 [HD] 2010 NR CC - Runtime: 52 mins Starring: Garrett Reynolds, Josh Harrington, et al. Directed by: Chris Rye

moviesProps BMX: Megatour 10 [HD] 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 16 mins Starring: Steve Crandall, Garrett Guilliams, et al. Directed by: Stew Johnson and Terrell Gordy

moviesProps BMX: Road Fools Rock-n-Roll Tour 1 2007 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 5 mins Starring: Adam Banton, Matt Beringer, et al. Directed by: Chris Rye

moviesProps BMX: Owned [HD] 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 27 mins Starring: Alex Magallan, Tom Villarreal, et al. Directed by: Stew Johnson, Terrell Gordy and Will Evans

moviesProps BMX: Road Fools 17 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 41 mins Starring: Morgan Wade, Chris Doyle, et al. Directed by: Chris Rye

wiki

Wiki information Props:

Props
TV Episode, Film job

"Props" is the twentieth episode of the third season of the American musical television series Glee, and the 64th overall. Written and directed by Ian Brennan, the episode is the first of two new episodes that aired back-to-back on Fox in the United...

Property Master
Film job, Theater Production Staff Role, Profession, TV crew role, Theater Designer Role

The property master is an artistic and organizational employee in a film, television or theatrical production who is responsible for purchasing, acquiring and/or manufacturing any props needed for a production. The property master also works with...