Gimme has 2 meanings
Oh nice, you got my fav flavor, gimme some!
Easy golf putt
Gimme is a golf term for an easy putt. It is so close to the hole that the golfer doesn't even have to putt it in.
Gimmes are not a part of formal play, only when casually playing. It occurs when other people golfing with you agree that it's such an easy putt that you automatically count it in the hole without actually having to putt it in.
That's such a gimme, you can just pick it up.
|Danny DeVito||Five foot putt|
|Joe Pesci||A difficult five foot putt|
|Botox||Putt that lips out of the hole|
|Back-door putt||Putt that spins around a hole and drops in|
|Afraid of the dark||Putt that doesn't go in the hole|
|Tester||A putt that tests a golfer's skill|
Gimme is an abbreviation for "give me," which is used when someone really wants something. It is often used by kids in a whiny tone.
When the abbreviation is used by adults it is usually meant to be cute or funny. It is also commonly used in songs, especially rap, because it's easier to say and rhyme with other words.