short term for "wagwan"
basically meaning "what" or "what's going on"
Y:hi im in town
X:so wag? (whats going on)
Whats Up, to ask what is going on at that time
Johnny- Hey Bobby!
Bobby- Hi Johnny, Wazuppi
Johnny- Not Much but thank you for asking
This word is derived from the element caesium and can be used in many ways on the streets of Britain. It was first used as a command, similar to the word "stop" but is now also used as the noun "leave". This word is only used in small communities and is not widely known, but at least now if you encounter it you will know what it means
Ceeze! (stop that right now)
Oi ceeze out (leave it mate, allow)
Ceeze me that shooter (give me your gun)
Ceeze mate, you alright (hi)
An old acquaintance towards whom you are either luke warm or simply ambivalent and who you do not usually wish to engage in casual conversation. As a result your only interaction with this person is a brief "hi," "hello," or perhaps a (rhetorical) "what's up?" or "how's it going" when you happen to see them at the mall or encounter them awkwardly at the company watercooler.
Although I was close to Gabriel in high school, he's just a hi-friend to me now.
Very uncommon misspelling of High School.
1) A place where teenagers put too much effort into something that will not matter a day after graduation.
2) A place where teenagers think they know it all; often starting unresearched arguments with equally clueless teenagers on world-politics while the teacher plays Solitaire and checks his/her e-mails.
3) A failure of an education system. By the last two years 90% of the students are no longer motivated and just want to get out of the mess. This stems from poor teachers, a poor and inconsistent curriculum (see: foreign languages), being in a shit-hole for a good portion of the past 730 days.
4) A place where there may be up to a hundred cliques, if not more. Members of these cliques cross-over into others frequently. It's all very confusing, but the "main" ones are often: Preps, Jocks, Stoners, Nerds, Normal.
"Hi school really sucked yesterday."
"'Hi school'? You said that wrong."
"It's 'High school'. Duh."
"How could you know how I spelt something I said?"
"The 'gh' isn't as silent as you think."
(1) How are you?
(2) a greeting; hello.
The phrase "How are you" has evolved into "How is it going," "How's it going," "What is up" (with an optional "homie g" at the end), "What's up," and "sup." "Sup" has become a general greeting, much like "hi" or "hello." Because "sup" produces the undesirable "s" and "p" sounds, the better way of saying "How are you" is "zab."
Person 1: hi
Person 2: zab, yo
Person 1: nm. i had an amazing day today.
A greeting said upon meeting someone or when picking up a telephone. Usually used by those who are jewish and/or suffer from A.D.D.
Yeah Hi. It's all about me.