A further bastardisation of the word buddy or bud. The welsh pronounciation the word bud delivers such abruptness on the D it is magically transformed into a letter never heard before by man. It is so mysterious that all one can hear after the clear "uh" sound of the word is silence due to the incapability of the non-welsh human mind to properly process such a sound. It's closest relative is the letter 'T'. The letter 'T' is therefore acceptably substituted until the rest of the human race is at such a stage that they may understand and therefore develop a symbol for such a letter.
Hey Dave, hows it going?
Good, you alright but?
A word used to delay the inevitable
Something said to imply the before sentance wasn't worth saying!
I love you but, sometimes you just kill me.
used as a greeting in parts of south wales(espescially beddau llantwit and ponty,it is meant to mean mate.
walking down a street.
freind, aquaintence,total stranger walks down the other side of street.
freind, aquaintence,total stranger:ai!
both walk off
the most hurtful word used to break a heart and just to destroy your being
i love you BUT i think we should see other people
BUT or B.U.T:
Short for saying beauty, well in a broken but similar sounding way.
Pointing at a babe...What a B.U.T!
sounds like saying 'Bee you Tee' or beauty in a broken way.
Makes you spend more time saying the word 'beauty' telling people who much you appreciate BUT :D
The new over-used but not yet killed use of the original meaning of "but". Used to start short statements with the intention of emphasizing ones point on a particular topic.
Usually said very quickly so it sounds like a mumble, and is recipricated by another sentence beginning with "but", this goes on back and forth for quite a while un till someone decides to say "i know".
"But i am"
"But he is"
"But its not"
"But i cant"
"But they do"
"But i will"
"But we must"
"But i know"
"But you did"
Sam: "Dean is the hottest man in the world"
Sarah: "But he is"
Sam: "No, but he is"
Sarah: "But he is"
Sam: "I know"
A word used to nullify all words preceding it in a sentence.
I don't want to be a problem but...
I'm not one to say things like this but...
I don't want to bother you but...
You know I love you but...