|15.||what ya say|
basically a way of say hi, heya hello or any other way you greet people
you meet a group of friends:you say what ya say.
you see some one in the street you know: "what you say persons name".
'alright mate' "what ya say".
what ya say boy?
Short for "What happened?"
Can also use it as a greeting by saying "What's hap?"
"WTF? The file transfer was at 90 percent. What hap?"
WHAT'S UP! is just a greeting not a question not asking anything just an aknowledgement/ greeting in passing and the only reply in that tone , you have to listen for the tone, is what's! up and keep it moving. Important listen for the tone.
walking down the street and see someone, eyes meet you both have things to do or nothing to do whatever the case you say, what's up! and you keep it moving. don't just say this in any situation you have to use your senses if you don't have any senses don't try it because if you aint feeling it or you convey it in the wrong way it could be misinscrewed in the wrong way that same what's up? could be a challange or a question in which case if you can't reach for your feelings or senses just say hi, that nuetralizes anything other then the greeting.
|18.||Hi, Good Thanks|
A saying which one person says which confuses the second person in the conversation and leading them to pause for a few seconds in order to gauge what has just happened.
Nick: Hi, Good thanks..
Shannon: *Pauses* what the fuck just happened?
|19.||What is air?|
A term used when Tumblr users go on Omegle, they can troll everyone in sight. When they stumble upon someone else saying "What is air?" They exchange URL'S and follow each other.
You: What is air?
Stranger: TITS or GTFO
(Your partner has disconnected)
to ask someone what is going on, ex: whats up, hows it goin, whats good
Jadems: What's Goodies
Pikachu: nothin much just poosin
Jadems: True true
|21.||What's it to ya|
It's another way of saying "what's up?" It is not shorter then what's up, but people like to say it anyway.
Person 1: Hey, what's it to ya?
Person 2: Oh, just hanging around.