1. A portmanteau of not two, but three words:
- self-explanatory. Used as an intensifier.
- the German word for "above" or "over," now commonly used in English to mean "super," "better," or "very"
- shortened version of "fantastic," now used as a suffix to other activities or names (e.g. foodtastic)
All three of these words combined form the superlative, nay, the mother of all words. Not to be used lightly.
2. In concordance with the use of tastic
as a suffix and über
as a prefix, a single word may be inserted between them (e.g. fubercraptastic).
1. Charlie: How was the party?
Kevin: OMG...it was...it was...I can't even describe it...
2. Kevin: Yo, wassup?
Kevin: What's wrong?
Kevin: Did you seriously drink that entire keg?
Kevin: C'mon, man, give me something. How you feeling?