a weakened version of "fuck!" or "fucking hell!". to be used in times of massive frustration. you know, the kind that sucks all your energy at lightening speed so as to render you unable to truly let loose on someone's ass for crossing you like they just did. eh, or as a substitute for the aforementioned, more graphic, vocabulary when you are in the company of minors but just can't stop from swearing - oh, and can be used in exclamation, normal tone, or a whisper (just as versatile as the original in that sense).
using a milder, yet exacerbated tone:
"I'm still at work. I am stuck. I have stuff to do and I'm stuck. Feh." Less genteel possibilities can be found by hanging around bars, college parties, or high school cafeterias.
"Hey,are you going to hang out with CSEN today?"
an expression used to denote a tone of dismissal
"Should we rent a softcore movie tonight?"
word - expression of distaste or disgust, or in slang term general uninterest.
"You're starting to be a real mensch"
"I like the SA80
! feh, you fucking moron, you wanna die with a lame weapon in your hands"
Fundamentals of Engineering from Hell
The Ohio State University Department of Engineering's freshman program for honors students designed for the sole purpose of inducing suicide.
While naive incoming freshman to the program are expecting a warm and enlightening staff and coursework, they are instead met with two years of curriculum smashed into one, along with staff who appear to care with their weekly journals but really never act on the feedback.
Meanwhile, the FEH freshman are beaten down like they've never been beaten before, some weeks with a different midterm every day and 3 lab reports due simultaneously.
On any given Saturday...
Hey dude you want to go with me to this open party tonight on Indianola?
Sorry man I'm in FEH... hopefully I'll be done with my homework by 2am...
Feh is a word used in many contexts. It is much like meh
, but more agressive. It is used sometimes in place of meh
, although this is largely inacccurate. When it is the answer to a question, it usually means "no". It is also used to calmly dismiss insults without resorting to a direct comeback (which could lead to a confrontation). Also used to dismiss orders. Sometimes (rarely) used in frustration.
Usually a lowercase word and said without much energy (except when in frustration, when it is used as an interjection).
Person 1: Come on and get to work on our report, we're going to fail!
Person 2: Feh.
Person 1: You're such a fag! Nobody likes you!
Person 2: Feh.
Person 1: Do you want to come to my sleepover?
Person 2: Feh.
Person 1: Sorry, I think I broke your PSP when I dropped it.
Person 2: FEH!
Derived from the term "eh" thought to be coined by the Canadians (or canaDAY Land residents), it is used as a type of slang in place of "eh" to display that one whom used it may be from a ghetto region from within Canada.
Normal resident "Hey How are you doing today, eh?"
Ghetto Resident "What's happening, feh?"
An slightly angrier version of meh
. Often accompanied with dismissive hand flicks.
I was going to go to the store today, but then I'd have to fill up the car with gas too. Feh.