"You" in its plural form. Originated in the south but has equivalent counterparts in other languages such as German.
For instance, in German one might say :
"Wie geht's mit ihr?"
or in English:
"How's it going with y'all?"
In German Ihr is an official part of speech...something to consider! People who denouce the term "Y'all" are just hatin' on the more enlightened!
Oh yeah, and "Ya'll" is completely wrong. NEVER use it.
Y'all better come hit this!
Y'all want to go grab some sushi?
So, what do y'all think about the legitimacy of the new Iraqi government.
Don't y'all think Bush sounds like an ignorant asshole?!
David J.Y. aka DJ Y, born on July 7, 1987 in the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. As a young child he found deep interest in music, especially in the urban underground movement that was beginning to extent around the country. From this movement came many important influences like Vico C, the founding-father of Spanish rap. Also more artists from the movement like Baby Rasta & Gringo, Wiso G, DJ Blass and many more. As the years went by Reggaeton was born, but it was not doing so well. The government of Puerto Rico asks for the banned of this new musical movement because of its explicit content.more...
Later in 1998, DJ Y moves to the United States for a new and fresh start. Music was he’s passion, but it was a dream that seem very far away. Time went by and the Reggaeton movement was reaching the states and that got DJ Y's attention. He started working alone, doing mixtapes and remixes and promoting them around the streets and the world, thanks to the internet. In 2003 DJ Y releases "The Underground", a simple collection of beats he had worked on. Not seen good results from that production he decided to get on a new project. "The Mixeo", which was he’s breaking point. By 2004 DJ Y release the first of "The Mixe...
Y-code: A US Naval Aviation term meaning that it was a piece of equipment that was recieved bad from the repair shop. The part that the O level was trying to replace was defective when it was installed on the plane. If you are the technician that worked on the gear then you will get into trouble for sending out faulty gear. That is if the Y-code was found to be Valid. Y-codes are the technicians nightmare.
Harris: "Dam man I got Y-code last week on that ducer that I fixed."
Cortes: "Well was it a valid Y-code?"
Harris: "Hell no it wasn't. Stupid as O level techs. I was forced to A-799 it back to them with a little note attaced"
Cortes: "What did the note say?"
Harris: "It said Next time try the on/off switch dumb ass"
|4.||Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D.|
One of Troma's hideously deformed creatures of super-human size and strength. OFten refered to as Toxie cohort, but is arguablly more powerful than The Toxic Avenger himself (when at his full-potential).
Once tough city-cop Harry Griswold, now Japanese hero of American decent who gained his powers by the ancient Kabuki-Legend. He gained the abilities of the great Kabuki spirit, including heat-seaking chop-sticks, suffocating computerized 16-byte sushi, pyro projectile parasols, and even flight.
Due to the unsuccesfulness of his debut movie "Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D", Kabukiman became an alcoholic drug-abuser and lost control of his awesome oriental super-powers in the film "Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger Part IV". Though it is rumored he will return to rehab and possibly regain full control of his abilities in his next rumored features: "Sgt. Kabukiman L.A.P.D." and "Saving Private Toxie: The Toxic Avenger Part V"
"Hey, Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D., my best-freind, how's it going?"
r=rumor,o=on,y=yard roy=rumor on yard. roy is a part of a type of prison slang pronounced roy
"I'm gonna start a r.o.y. that im a lesbian! -Kathy Griffin
Y'all is the contractive of 'you all'
It is plural, refering to two or more people. If you use it to refer to one person you will sound ignorant and any nearby Southern will know that you are not really from around those parts.
Very common in the South, it is rare to find someone (excluding Florida, and that's only because of all the Yankees down there) that doesn't use y'all.
Saying y'all makes so much more sense than the ever-popular you guys, you guyses, or even you all. It is much shorter and gets the point across much faster. And takes less breath.
It is never ya'll. The 'a' is not a part of you, it's a part of all (you wouldn't spell it out as youa ll, would you?).
Phoebe: What're you doing tonight?
Greg: Chris and I are going to the movies. We're seeing *insert good movie here*
Phoebe: Y'all suck! I've wanted to see that movie for forever!
|7.||Cold Y Generation|
Classified as the last conscious equipped Generation. Meaning they kind of got the way the world worked, and it's not neccessarily a 'We Are The World' place as many Gen Y parents and pop culture would have them believe. Tend to have a uniqueness about them that needs to be explained.
Defining trait is that they have characteristics of Gen X and so called Gen Y, yet do not really feel like they are part of either. Also remember the Pre-Information age society, Cold War, and the arrival of the Gulf War.
Statisticians usually start at '81 and atop at '85. Strongest alienation seems to be between '81 -'83. Is not regulated to years as this 'in limbo' feeling can go back as far as the late '70s. Seemingly making the original end dates of Gen X as the most accurate.
They might even take offense being called Cold Y and make up their own name.
"Cold Y Generation?" "What the fuck is that?"