Whoa, when separated into two clearly defined syllables. It's hard to explain when you would use this, but it gets used often. It is used to signify shock or surprise at someone else's slightly innapropriate or awkward comment in most situations.
Ted: I wish we could all get along like we used to in middle school. I wish we could bake a cake made out of rainbows and smiles and we could all eat it and be happy.
Dad: Wuh-ho, son! You're sounding a little gay there!
In school, the kid (or group of kids) that shove ahead in the lunch line and cut ahead of everyone. Watch what happens if you say something...
kid: hey, Amanda just cut me in the line!
Amanda: what you say, BITCH?!
me: God, don't you know not to stand up to her? she's a lunchline nazi!
A stupid variation of the spelling 'cool', which is actually longer than the real word.
hahaha omg u r so kewell! this is so kewell! we r so kewell!
the most boring fucking 'school' ever. Charter condenses all the bad things about school (work, homework, having to sit there doing nothing) and takes out all the fun parts (friends, talking, break, um other human beings). Charter is where bad kids go, or in my experience, my mother wanted me at home to look after my sisters all day, so she enrolled me in this fucked up 'school'. You're not allowed to talk so you don't meet any of the other students, but you wouldn't want to anyway, cuz they're lame. Smokers, goth, pregnant, ghetto, probation, druggies, kids who couldn't deal with school cuz of the social pressure, and drug dealers are the only people you will meet/see in CHarter. Trust me, I thought high school was bad, but now I miss having actual human beings to tlak to instead of not being able to talk like I'm in fucking prison.
"I go to Monte Vista. What about you?"
a mean but funny little game to play with someone.
Girl A: Let me tell you the meaning of life.
Girl B: ?
Girl A: you're going out with Sean Allen aren't you?
Girl B: Yeah...
Girl A: Not anymore. I fucked him during second period.
Girl B: wtf you bitch thats so mean!
Girl A: That's life!
Stagey faces that tweens/teenagers/emo kids use when posting pictures on myspace.
These faces include:
'omg!' (eyes wide, hand covering mouth)
'wtf?' frown, hands bent and out to the side)
'Happy Asian' (peace signs on either side of the face, pulling eyes sideways while doing so)
'i don't care' (raised eyebrows, looking at the corner of the ceiling, sideways mouth)
'serious and i mean it' (eyes downcast, stupid unsmiling expression)
These myfaces are usually accompanied by some super lame camera angle like above and diagonal.
people need to learn that myfaces don't make them look fun OR quirky in any way.
It's what really counts.
Outer beauty is what counts. If you're ugly, who's gonna stick around you long enough to see your inner beauty?