Ish don't think so
1. Omg.We're so gonna spunk on Barbara Streisand in Playboy!
2. (No!) Ish don't think so
|2.||I don't think so biatch|
Adjective noun; A phrase of impending animosity which is commonly used in conversations that do not have an advesarial tone.
"Does Tufts have rolling admissions?"
“I don’t think so biatch.”
|3.||I don't think so biatch|
adjective noun; a conversation ending phrase akin to "GI Joe" and "No soap, radio!"
"Do you have to register?"
"I don't think so biatch."
|4.||don't even trip|
Don't even think about it! To put something so far out of your mind that it is useless to you and others.
Don't even trip about this because that fool will not get any of my money.
|5.||I think so|
A way of saying that you don't know but want to make it look like you might know. Similar to saying "I'm pretty sure," but could also mean "I'm not totally sure."
Soldad: Did you do your homework?
Sonia: I think so.
Jeff: Is the final tomorrow?
Lola: I think so.
Chris: Do you understand the words that are coming out of my mouth?!
Jackie: I think so.
Chris: Is that a yes or a no?
|6.||tssss, um yeeeah...|
a sound people make in response to an awkward, unintelligible, or odd comment or question in an attempt to sound like a pretentious prick. Used predominantly by sarcastic assholes and ditzy teenage girls
Nerdy guy: "I'm having a get-together this weekend. It would be great if I could see you there. What do you say?"
Ditzy teenage girl: "tssss, um yeeeah... I don't think so."
Girl walks away, leaving nerdy guy thinking "What a bitch."
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