The most versatile word (sound) in language.
1: Used as the word "not"
2: Used to point out ignorance
3: Said as an insult to poke fun at someone
4: Said when somebody says something stupid, overly cocky, or untrue
5: To indicate sarcasm.
urt, eurt, ERT, errrrttttttt
"Derby is a pretty sick town dude they have these huge bangers in the middle of fucking nowhere, where all these awesome sketchy kids can congregate and talk about their new guns or trucks or how much oxycontin they snorted last night....ERRT"
"Sounds even worse than monroe"
Pointing out ignorance:
"I think she's pretty sexy"
"Ert last night alone she blew four guys in the bathroom"
Making fun of someone:
"Last night I was so drunk I just couldn't get it up"
Pointing out something stupid:
"We went 10-0 on the table and I made ten shots a game but it was after everyone was passed out or blackout and no one saw me do it."
""That bright yellow '99 dodge neon is pretty sick...ERT"."
Olivia: No she won't, but I did once because I actually have big boobs
Christina and Angie: ERT!
Matt: I'm soo good at football
Football team: ERT
1:able to move
2:containing active properties <chemically~>
I have started a movement to get this word into the dictionary, I'm not sure if it would be considered advertising to put a link to it on here, but here's the site: http://www.areyouert.com
I am sitting in this chair, yet I am still able to move. Am I ert? The answer eluded him as he sat, his mind working feverishly on the problem. He thought: if I had some sort of debilitating disease, I would be inert while in this chair, but alas I do not. I must be ert, I have to be.
2. Today in band, Ben was being an ert because I didn't tune my instrument.