of the phrase, "yeah, dude", used to express agreement or satisfaction.
It was most likely coined in the mid-1990's by teenage red-neck
New Englanders, specifically those of Vermont.
The use of "yar tude" was mostly sarcastic and for comic relief, often by those of higher class
to imitate their
peers, and was often combined with buck
to be known as a slang term for a "friend".
"Hey man, wanna get in my truck and go jack some
"Yar tude, buck. Let's get some beer
and Marlboros first!"