This inductee had to be descended from Italian parents, although this tradition has not always been strictly observed;(Junior Gotti, Cadillac Frank) he also must have been involved in a murder or killing (making your bones) contracted to him by a ranking Mafioso.
When introducing one made man to another, the phrase “a friend of ours” is used indicating that he is a member and business can be discussed openly with him; however when introducing an associate with whom business should not be mentioned, the phrase “a friend of mine” is used. Made men are the only ones who can rise through the ranks of Cosa Nostra, from soldier, to Captain (or Caporegime (Capo) as it is sometimes called), to Consigliere, Underboss, and finally Boss. Pictured: Alphonse Gabriel "Al" Capone, inmate# K4805 of the Atlanta U.S. Penitentiary in 1932.
(Also referred as, Nereid)Beautiful nymphs laced in garlands of crazy and madness. They are supernatural creatures known to lure men to their doom. You can easily recognize this elegant beauty by her hooves or reverse feet. However, like Dobby in Harry Potter, if you take an article of her clothing she's yours to slave around! Exciting stuff! BUT, if she took it back, she'd be free to kill you. Super exciting stuff! Source: Neraides
Term of address from one Black man to another. Usually when you forgot his name. So you call him something cool to not offend. "What's up cool breeze"?2.) Also a term of address to a youngster like "sport" or "champ".
He's a weak man with no backbone. He can easily be manipulated or taken advantage of. 2.) Prison. He's a young prisoner suspect to deflower-zation or rape. He does put up a fight at first, but eventually gets turned out, thus becoming someone's punk. 3.) He's a wannabe tough guy who always "wimps" or "punks" out when faced with a challenge.