What Does ‘Rocking Like a G6′ Mean?
Apparently, when a party is going particularly well, it's said to be, "rockin' like a G6." At first I thought, "...it's rocking like a defunct car from a now non-existent manufacturer?"
Am I the only one who thought that? Am I?
Well, hopefully I'm not. I'd imagine that's why you're here: to finally "get with it" or whatever.
The phrase appears in the chorus of Dierks Bentley's hit, "Drunk on a Plane":
I'm sure what they're doing in the video violates all kinds of FAA rules and regulations, but how fun of a video would it be if it didn't?
So are they rocking this plane like a car formerly manufactured by Pontiac?
No! They're rocking that plane like a...plane!
Rockin' a G6 like these two? Dayyyum, settle down, son! (Getty Images)
To me, the thought of rockin' a G6 is terrifying. I mean, we're on a small private jet going a bazillion miles per hour and we're partying SO hard that it's shaking, rattling, AND rolling? Hard pass.