a term used by a lady almost always
to either another lady or dude
a deeper word than "my" but meaning
the same thing
lady: your muh best friend :]
dude: since you said muh we must be more than friends
a typical marquette boy's schdule is:
1st hour: studyhall
2nd hour: live the fourth/brotherhood class
3rd hour: studyhall
4th hour: football game attaire and cheers
lunch for 2 hours
5th hour: studyhall
6th hour: ap/advanced wit (depending on grade level..wit I, wit II, wit III )
7th hour: mastering the art pen twirling
8th hour: study hall/ 50's and 60's
classes are usually 10 minutes and lunches are 2 to 3 hours.
a typical conversation between marquette/ muhs boys:
marquette boy: "i'm so glad that our school is beyond perfect! everyone here gets along, and we even hug eachother in the hallways. we win everything ( soccer, volleyball) and are the smartest school ever. i'm so excited for retreat, for us to share our feelings, grow in our faith, and bond with our class."
other boy: "i love my cross necklace. i never take it off."
boy III: "live the fourth!"
Replacement word for the word "my"
Fo' sheezy MUH neezy!
Exclamation denoting deep and profound condition of being underwhelmed.
"How's it going?"
A word that is randomly used by ..someone.. when he feels like it. Letting your jaw drop slightly and curving your mouth in the shape of a life-saver. Sounding in a deep sound.
me - "Man it is very hot outside, isn't it Kyle?"
kyle - "It sure is."
mark (in backround) - muh
Caveman for "I Love You"
Husband walks into cave after a long day of hunting; sees wife and say's Muh.
Wife responds with, Muh.
They go on to make a delicious dinner, and passionate love afterwards.
A shortened form of the phrase: "Must be nice". Created out of pure laziness of not wanting to say the entire phrase. Sometimes the word "It" is placed in front, meaning: "It must be nice".
Jeff: "Want to go to the Outpost for some beers?"
Eric: "Sure, just got my pogie cheque today."
Mitch: "I'm Buying in for $30"
Mitch: "For You!"
Devon: "FOR YOU!!"
An expression of great indifference or sluggishness. It is the verbal equivalent of a shrug, usually said when you don't care about what just occurred or what someone just said. Some people think it is related to meh, except that this word is so much better!!!!!!!!!!
Matt: You need to stop being lazy