What is the meaning of the phrase “do me a solid”?

The phrase “do me a solid” basically means the same thing as “do me a favor”. So, the meaning is pretty straightforward, and it is slang.

Do me a solid “origin”

The origin and etymology of the phrase “do me a solid” is from the popular show Seinfeld, where it was used by Kramer in the episode titled “The Jacket”. You may have also heard the term being used by Hank in the popular show “Breaking Bad”.

Do me a solid example in a sentence

Hank: "Joe, will you do me a solid and drop me off at the airport
tomorrow morning."

Joe: "Sure, Hank.  I can drop you off before I go to work."

Do me a solid and Dennis Rodman

Dennis Rodman actually made the phrase even more popular by using the phrase on Twitter to ask the North Korean Leader, Kim Jong Un, to release an American prisoner held captive in North Korea for being a spy. The exact words used by Rodman were “I’m calling on the Supreme Leader of North Korea or as I call him “Kim”, to do me a solid and cut Kenneth Bae loose.”

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