5 definitions by Grand Master Yourik
|1.||The Jooyah Disaster|
A Clan Deets word.
The Jooyah Disaster was a fictional battle between Clan Deets and an unknown enemy, where Clan Deets was heavily wounded, and thus began thier "quest" into Deets every week to find and destroy the enemy.
"Kyle" AKA "Kyo", or "Kybes", pointed to a large messed-up spot of grass on the side of a hill as the scene of The Jooyah Disaster, but evidence shows that this was not a battle site, but instead a spot where "Scott", among other people, had taken a busted up chair and slid down the hill like it was a sled.
"Never forget The Jooyah Disaster"
A Clan Deets word.
"Coatsaf" is an abstraction to the highest form, meaning literally everything and nothing at the same time.
Coatsaf is nothing more or less than Coatsaf
A clan of kids from Seattle who terrorized the city on Friday afternoons by going Downtown, or "deets".more...
They included such notorious people as:
"S. McBride", an intellectual Libertarian who was often overpowering in his opinions and an excellent debater.
"Rands", a moderate of sorts, seemingly managing to keep one foot in Clan Deets and one in the normal world. He was actually one of the ringleaders, and his calm attitude made him highly calculating.
"Scott", a small energetic boy with violent tendancies. Used as a mascot of sorts, he was considered to be "lovable" by many outsiders, but had deep obsessions with violence and crime, especially the Stanley Kubrick film, A Clockwork Orange.
"Siple", an indie-obsessed boy who dressed and acted only to offset the normalities of human culture. He kept a cool, calm demeanor and let little out about his personality, which led many to be intruiged about him, his striped shirts and long scarfs, and his interesting music.
"The Leader", "Kyle", "Kyo", "Kybes", the informal leader of the group, Kyle created much of the slang used by the clan and was the only thing holding them together for a long time. Kyle was a very ...
A Clan Deets word, invented by "Kyle" AKA "Kybes" or "Kybes", mostly meaning Mother, or in some rare instances, Father.
"Bitts said I could come over tomarrow"
1) Details, used as shorthand, often on the internet, and often used in the command form.
2) A "clan" of kids who used to terrorize Seattle. They called themselves Clan Deets because they would always go "Deets", or "Downtown" on Friday afternoons.
"Hey, let's go deets!"