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2.
Big, Dark, Cheap, and Arabic.
Andy never pays for his own tickets; he's alasas.
by Anonymous June 15, 2003
 
1.
A term currently used to denote sarcasm and invalidates the associated sentence, premise or conclusion. The word "alasas" feeds on the associated sentence, the stronger and more definitive (minimal logical guarding) the associate sentence, the more it is refuted overall. Kinda like Newton's third law of physics.

It is also commonly used to demonstrate very low expectations in a certain person.

From the root in slang Chaldean/ Assyrian Aramaic and in slang Iraqi Arabic, meaning "ala-asas" =

exact definition "based on the foundation of"

"Ala" = depending on/ on top of
"Asas" = foundation

Currently is used to mean "as if" in a sarcastic fashion.

Sometimes the term alasas.com is used interchangeably to denote a database of lack of expectation.
Terrence will definitely win by "Knock Out" in a boxing match with his roommate. Alasas

Or

Alasas; Terrence will win by Knock out in a boxing match with his roommate.

Meaning :

I highly doubt Terrence will win by KO in a boxing match with his roommate.

Example 2:
Kevro promised I will have my money tomorrow for sure, Alasas.

Meaning: I will never get my money..
by Sparty311 May 04, 2013