1. A greeting based on the greeting, "hello." Heyo is meant to be a more positive alternative to the monotonal "hello" and simple "hi", optimally used when said in exclamation but not necessarily since the greeting still implies this when said in a normal tone.
NOTE: Heyo when used in this manner is NOT meant to be a combination of the greetings, "hey" and "yo".
1. Derived from the words "stuff" and "things", an alternate term to be used as a replacement when the actual term of something is unknown. (strictly meant to be used towards close friends or when talking in a very casual manner)
2. Used when something is felt needed to be said but nothing comes to mind.
Bob: Hey, do you know what you have to do next after getting that red stoof and tingie(s)?
Alex: LOL! CHRIS! I JUST BOUGHT A LAPTOP FOR $20!!
Chris: Mmk..stoof and tingie(s).