U.S. Slang, meaning it's all good, copacetic, everything is copacetic. Can also mean "okay." Generally a response to "sup", "how's it hangin?", "how are things?", "how are you?", "Are you?"
alternate spellings and forms: Jormy
Originated in California, but spread throughout the U.S. The large scale dissimenation of the saying was due mostly to the touring band Snowglobe who used the phrase quite frequently and named a song after it.
Q: "How have things been?"
A: "ehh. buttcheeks is jorm"
Q: "Did you get that job you interviewed for?"
A: "Yeah, I did."
Q: "What's it like? are you happy with the pay, benefits, etc?"
A: "Buttcheeks is Jorm."
Q: "how are things in the dirty south"