What is E's A Nice Man... Givvim Cayke?


A sentence used to express approval of a particular person, most commonly a man. The sentence originated from the practice of the giving of cake as a reward for good service, traditionally in reference to a waiter in a restaurant. The sentence emerged as an EXACT, unexaggerated, direct quotation, and soon developed into essential urban lingo as it hit the proverbial 'streetz'.

'That man was soooo cool! I really liked him.'

'So what you're trying to say is...'

'E's a nice man... GIVVIM CAYKE!'

See a, nice, man, give, him, cake


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