|1.||I smell what you're stepping in|
I understand what you are saying. This makes perfect sense to me.
Do you understand? I smell what you're stepping in.
A shortened version of the phrase "Know what I mean".
Commonly used with males in the ages of 10-20. These males exhibit a need to be cool with the crowd. This can often work if the objected audience answers "yes".
However, caution should be used to avoid using the term "nah mean" when the answer will be "no". This can result in a loss of coolness, thus, defeating the purpose of the term "Nah mean".
Some have also given responses with N' mean. Shortened for the phrase "I know what you mean".
Martin: I hate it when I get killed so fast in Halo. Nah mean?
Andrew: N' mean.
Martin: I think all blondes are dumb. Nah mean?
Andrew: Nope...I think you're dumb.
A shortened version of the phrase "I know what you mean".
This is even shorter than the term "nah mean", which is shortened for the phrase "Know what I mean?".
Even though both terms are similar, they are not often confused. Humans are able to determine if a question is asked by the tone. The term "n' mean" is so short that a different tone is used.
Mike: I just stubbed my big toe. I hate it when that happens. Nah mean?
Amber: N' mean.
Short for "you know what I mean". Can also be use in response, as "I know what you mean"
The one thing I've always wanted from Santa is a pony, ChowMing?
|5.||I know what you mean...|
A variation of "that's what she said." Usually expressed with obvious knowledge, but in fact, they are taking your words completely out of context.
Sam: Are Tracey and Caleb expecting kids soon?
Leslie: No... they're just taking some time to get to know each other...
Sam: Ohh, I know what you mean...
Leslie: *confused stare*
|6.||I smell what you're stepping in.|
I know what you mean.
Yeah man, the shit is hydro, so it's a little 'spensive.
I smell what you're stepping in. Gimme 2 ounces.
Stands for Know What I mean, unknown origine but quickly spreading around the web. Is related to kwym which is pronounced exactly the same but stands for know what you mean.
Guy : Hey man that french test was like saucy kwim
John : No I really don't know what you mean
Guy : Hey man that french test was like saucy know what i mean
John : No I really don't kwym