When someone is required to make an important decision or they are interested in someone's opinion on a matter, they will often ask the question "Hey Buddy (insert object here) Yay or Nay?" The answer "Yay" would imply that the person fully supports the cause, while a simple "Nay" would do just the opposite.
Rhyming Alternatives to Yay and Nay:
Gay! - Used when the object or the person asking the question is quite homosexual.
Bay! - Used when near a harbor.
Hay! - Used when you're really in that "LAWL HORSES" mood. Gotta love horses.
K. - Used when you're really not interested in the question.
Guy 1: Boobs, Yay or Nay?
Guy 2: YAY!
Guy 1: Ann Coulter, Yay or Nay!?
Guy 2: FUCK THAT BITCH. NAY!
Guy 1: Getting blown by babes ten times in the last four days, Yay or Nay?
Guy 2: Gay.
Guy 1: WHAT!?
Guy 2: Seriously, faggot, get out of my sight.
Short for "Just kidding. I love you." Under normal circumstances, a quick JK ILY will alleviate any negativity in something you previously said, and it slips off the tongue well.
It should be noted that a constant no homo
enshrouds a JK ILY, unless specifically stated.
Guy 1: Hey your Mom's alive!
Guy 1: April foolssss!!!!
Guy 2: But my mom did di-
Guy 1: JK ILY. Talk to you later. *walks off*
Guy 2: WHAT!?
Someone who is the epitome of awkward. Has an uncanny ability of making everyone uncomfortable... consistently.
"Jonathan asked me how far I've been with my boyfriend. WHAT AN AWKTOPUS!"
Child: Daddy! Why are those two octopi hugging for so long!?
Dad: Stop being such an awktopus, Billy. They're fucking!