whats up
sup yo?
by dilpgh May 03, 2003
1) The brief way of saying: "Hi, I'm really pathetic, what are you doing?"

2) Probably the worst response to any humane or initial greeting.

3) Okay if used when your under the influence, jocularly, and/or feel the need to be obnoxious for one hot sec.
1) Man sitting at bar with Corona: "'sup"
Woman trying to get a drink: "Oh! *Smacks forehead* I'm so sorry, but I don't understand all of the one word you just asked me or if it even if was a question at all"

2) Kind girl texting boy: Hey :) What's up??
Boy one hour later: "'sup."

3) Drunk tourist in cab: "Man, you do understand how epic tonight's gonna be, right?"
Hammered tourist friend: I know, dude! ETA 15 minutes... SUUUUUUUUUUUUUP ATOWNNN. We're about to Get It IN!
by laughingturtle February 26, 2011
It came from the lazy people behind words such as hi, and yo shidigidy. Means how are you.
Sup homeyo
by Homefrog January 29, 2004
1. Abbreviated form of 'wassup' which derives from "What's up?" Used as a general greeting or a brief 'how are you' by people who are too hip for full sentences.

2. (adj) Used to describe anything which is too cool for outdated words like "cool".
1. Un-suarve kid: "Hey man." Suarve kid: "sup?"
2. That picture is totally sup. Your hair is totally sup. I am totally sup.
by Tianana June 20, 2007
A word coined in the middle age phrase "Time for SUPper, young olympian", which later changed to "Time for sup, young chap" and now it is commonly used to describe the short "meal" between lunch and dinner.
It is time for the short meal between lunch and dinner, Scotty, so come and eat up your sup.
by George Foreman May 10, 2003
another way of saying yo of hello to your homies or mates
"sup home boy wat u at"
by Deano A.K.A Ali g October 07, 2006
Noun: A slang term used for alcohol, generally by those of English, Irish, or Scottish descent.
Dicey Riley has taken to the sup.
by O'Mally December 18, 2005
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