A term that some american douchebags say to make themselves sound more interesting. This term is abused too much and needs to stop. It is NOT to be used to close a statement, paragraph, as a cocky remark, or in place of "thank you" every time a simple "thank you/thanks" is in order. It is to be used when doing a toast with an alcoholic beverage or ONLY if you are from the uk or australia.
Valet: “here u go sir, here are your keys”
Retard: “oh, cheers man!”
Hi Karen, just wanted to tell you it was a such a pleasure meeting you the other night but the look on your face told me that you might not feel the same way. I hope that this is not so because I would like to meet again sometime very soon. Please let me know.
Like it Or Lump it
Love me Or Leave me
Lick your Own Lollipop
Lots Of Luck
So there! Take it or leave it! A standard closing like STOP used to be with Western Union Telegrams.
See also ALOL, ABLOL and LOLOL.
Make any declarative statement whatsoever and close with LOL for emphasis.
stands for Wolf Pack For Life (WPFL)
closing statement, often affixed to a text message or email. used to signify a strong friendship/bond, like a tightly knit wolf pack, where each person looks out for the others.
Pinky:today was awesome, but i gotta get some homework done, i'll talk to you later
Brain:yeah, i had a pretty amazing day as well, can't wait for this weekend
Pinky:for sure, good times will be had, later, WPFL
Brain:alright, have a good one, WPFL!!!
A popular sign-off/closing for television interviews or podcasts. The phrase originally became an internet sensation after Texas Governor Rick Perry used the phrase as a sign-off closing goodbye to a television reporter.
During the hype for Perry's speculation of running for U.S. President in 2012, it was used by a popular podcast, No Agenda, with Adam Curry and John C. Dvorak.
The Phrase generally means "Goodbye, Motherf*cker". This phrase is the exact opposite of In the Morning.
From The One That Loves You.
Self explanatory. Usually used in letters/emails as a closing statement. May be used in a sarcastic manner.
Attached is a sample test from a previous year. The answers will be emailed at a later date. Good luck solving these questions.
See you all next week.
Tata is a closing statement, such as 'bye' or 'see you'.
Tata! I'll see you later.
'good games'. commonly used after a series of games. also well known as a closing statement used after playing many games. a farewell.
'hey viper we pwned this server full of n00bs, wanna find another server?'
'naw man, i'm done for tonight..'