Freddy had the flow


Georgian, Georgia
''Freddy had the flow, dressed conservatively, sullen and brooding, with an enigmated gaze...''

My opinion is 'to have the flow' means 'to be energetic person'. Or maybe I'm wrong...

Thanx for help.
  • MrJamSandwich

    Senior Member
    English, UK
    I think this is an example of American English slang, so I'm not entirely sure - but I had the impression that to have the flow meant to be effortlessly 'cool' - certainly, energetic doesn't seem to make much sense given the context of "dressed conservatively, sullen and brooding..." Somebody else will have to confirm the actual meaning though. To me this phrase seems quite outdated.