One of the infinitely many mangled words referring to the Internet. Interesting because it is borrowed from the neo-Latin term interrete, a literal translation of "internet" or 'interweb'.
I am leaving the interret.
The interret is srs biznas.
The bee's knees. Used on the Internet by people who are too lazy to type the two words in full.
sally ur th bznz.
people with a facebook who are better out without one.they are usually little kids who are not even in their teens that have a facebook but all they ever do is take quizzes and manage their "restaurant". they have all these friends that they don't even know and they fake their age to get a facebook. they put their relationship status as "in a relationship" when they sure as hell have never actually dated a real person before. they sometimes photoshop their photos into something unrecognizable. they don't even have a picture of themselves and use manga photos. they cuss on the internet and everything but in real life, they can't say the words for shit. they comment and like everything on facebook but in real life you don't even notice they are alive. they also make multiple accounts for no freaken apparent reason.
this girl is a complete facebook fake. "in a relationship"? she's only ten. she sure as hell is lying for attention.
Wapanese is a term which originally was for people of Japanese and White Descent.
However, It's now used for someone who wants to be Japanese.
1.) They want to live in Japan
2.) They eat Japanese food
3.) They know the difference between Chinese, Japanese, and Koreans
4.) They want to be Japanese
5.) They listen to Jpop/Jrock
6.) Some watch anime
7.) They learn Japanese
8.) They believe they were born in the wrong race
9.) They alot of times claim to be Japanese on the internet
10.) They love the Japanese culture Kimonos, Etc
11) They use Japanese words Stereotypically, They say Baka and Kawaiii Desu Ne alot, But I have never seen one do that
Wapanese Girl: I want to be Japanese
The MOST messed up Japanese flash animationmore...
2 boys discuss an internet urban legend of a mysterious pop up ad with an unusually adorable voice saying the words "Do you like...?" and it is said that anyone that dares to close this pop up would die of a horrible death. One of the boys is doubtful and did some investigation; after searching the web and finding nothing, the boy gives up and surfed a different site. Then suddenly a pop up ad showed up with an unusually adorable voice saying (in Japanese) "Do you like...?". The boy then proceeds to close the ad, only to have it repeatedly reappear and then the voice said "Do you like red?" in an more adorable voice than before. The boy then continues to attempt to close the pop up (in vain). Finally the voice became even more adorable than before said "Do you like red room?", then a website with a list of dead people appears, the main character notices that his friend's name is at the bottom of the list. Suddenly a pair of hands appear and grabs the boy. The next day rumors spread that two boys had apparently committed suicide after painting their rooms red with their own blood, we then return to boy's computer, still on the website of with a list of dead people we the addition of the boy's name on it at the bottom of the list. The computer then shuts off with an eerie sound.
go to wikipedia and look up red room (animation) for the video
The internet disease of people having to write in one letter words to represent one whole word.
You are now starting an conversation with a stranger, say Hi!
Stranger: nu . hy !
You: ** No, Hi!
Stranger: fk u !
Stranger: i hayt u !
You: **** Food King, you! I HATE you! God can't you spell any better?
Stranger: m nly 47
Stranger: i hayt skewl
You: Then you got the bad case of Lowintelligonitis.
You have disconnected.
A play on words of the evite. its a tea bag invite. via the internet to a party of further notice where the way to get in is by being tea bagged.
hey girl, you have all been T-vited by T-train.