A word that Jared Leto
uses when he doesnt have a f*cken clue when somethings going to come out, or when he wants to piss off the fans.
The ABL Clip will be out Soon.
As defined by Blizzard Entertainment: "Soon" does not imply any particular date, time, decade, century, or millennia in the past, present, and certainly not the future. "Soon" shall make no contract or warranty between Blizzard Entertainment and the end user. "Soon" will arrive some day, Blizzard does guarantee that "soon" will be here before the end of time. Maybe. Do not make plans based on "soon" as Blizzard will not be liable for any misuse, use, or even casual glancing at "soon."
The patch will be released soon.
When we feel like it.
We will have more information soon.
Sometime within the next calendar year.
Joe Peacock: "Part 15 will be up soon!"
The definition in which it may be 4-6 weeks or days counting on what the person is using.
Otherwise there is another soon. the Blizzard "soon" which can be a very LONG time 6-24 months actually.
The Battle.net Tournaments are temporarily unavailable, but will return soon.
Yeah right, more like in 2005
A common word said by executives from Polyphony Digital, the developer behind the highly successful Gran Turismo series of video games when asked about a release date of their next game. Series creator Kazunori Yamauchi, creator of the series often says the word when asked for a release date. The word, 'soon' usually means coming within a small time-frame but it is the total opposite when said by Polyphony Digital and Kazunori Yamauchi.
When the fate of something or someone has been determined and they are being watched. The predator's main thought is "SOON."
The origin of this phrase is in an under-appreciated lolcat
, where an evil-looking cat is watching a chihuahua, with the only caption being SOON.
When pronounced, it helps to add suspense and drama by saying "SOON." in a low voice employed by that movie advertising dude.
Poppy, upon seeing Moolie loiter aimlessly: