what does 515 mean
I know its been a while since I posted this, but I really can’t seem to come up with something else to say.
515 is a slang term for “five hundred dollar bills.” It’s often used as a way of referring to money that’s too large to be counted or too valuable to be wasted.
515 is a slang term for money in various contexts. The slang for five hundred, so called because it’s so big, is also used as a slang for money.
In the context of this article,515 is actually slang for a number of things. In particular, it is a slang term for “a large amount of money.” For some reason, it is also slang for “a large amount of money.” In this context, it applies to money only as a slang term. The slang for 515 used in this article, however, is not a slang term.
515 is a slang term for money, but it is not a slang term for a large amount of it. A large amount of money is usually associated with a large amount of money. A person who is very rich is not, in any sense, a person who is very wealthy.
515 is a slang term for money.
515 doesn’t mean “large amount of money” at all. It is simply slang for money, because that’s how slang is often used, and slang has a long history of being used as a common term for many things.
A 515 is slang for a large amount of money.
In his book ‘Thin Air: The Extraordinary Journey of a Small Town in the Air’, Jim Dyson writes about a friend who had a very large amount of money, but he still managed not to have a very large amount of money. He decided to use the phrase ‘515’ as a way to describe his huge amount of money, but when he started to use it to describe his own money, he began to have a conversation with himself.
This is actually pretty common, but it’s really not a common thing to talk about. You see it all the time in the language. People use this term to mean a lot of things, and to not use it at all is to be a hypocrite.