An abbreviation for "What Are You Doing Now?"
"welcome back, waydn"
A very popular word throughout the westcountry area of the UK, especially Cornwall. Wosson is the westcountry equivalent to what's up and is coupling of the two words - "what's on". It is usually asked as a question to find out one or all of the following;
1. What are you doing?
2. What have you been doing?
3. What are you going to be doing?
4. How are you?
The most polite answer you can possibly give to a cornish person asking this question is;
"Not much, wosson on with you?"
This implies the person asking the question has more important things going on in his/her life than you have, and copious amounts of tea should be drunk (or local ale) until these important things are discussed.
Denzel: "Wosson Janner?"
Janner: "Not much, wosson with you?"
Denzel: "Not much Janner, wosson with you?"
Janner: "Not much Den, wosson with you?"
etc, etc, etc, Denzel & Janner are very good mates & neither want to seem more important than the other.
Jethro: "Wosson on Gyp?"
Gyp: "Just nipping down Barnies for a pasty, you want anything?"
Jethro: "'Ang on a minute an' i'll come with 'ee!"
Gyp: "Proper Job!"
Boysie: "Wosson maid?"
Gabby: "Not much, still trying to get over the xmas hangover!"
Boysie: "But that was 6 months ago Gab, what the bloody hell's wrong with you?"
Gabby: "I know, i'm such a girl! Anyway, wosson with you?"
|3.||What A Fool Believes|
1. a euphenism that basically means that stupid ignoramuses will believe stupid things, or practically anything for that matter.
2. a 1979 #1 hit for the Doobie Brothers. It's on the album "Minute by Minute" and in the liner note pages there is a large picture of a half-smoked reefer, doobie. This is the DOOBIE Brothers we're talking about here, right? How about them apples?
1. My girlfriend Elaine calls me up on the phone. She talks with me about many things and she tells me that Mindy (my ex from the previous year) has gone back to George for the sixth time (she broke up with me to get back to HIM) and she told Elaine that "this time it's for real and forever". Suddenly I calmy reply with the line "what a fool believeeeessss...". Elaine starts laughing on the other end and soon I do too. Hey, I didn't think about it, I just said it.more...
2. Timmy just heard from talk radio that Obama is going to censor the airwaves, send goon squads to every house to take away ALL our guns, establish a "socialist" agenda for America that will govern every aspect of our lives, and other wildideas. Timmy eats this bullshit all up, every bit of it.
What a fool believes.
3. On a more tragic note, someone who got pink slipped in Pittsburgh shouted that ridiculous rumor about "Obama will take away all our firearms" before slaying...
The act of being confrontational to everyone you interact with during a given time period i.e. the verb for being "on a war path".
This morning I decided I wasn't going to hold back my feelings about what's been happening at work so I've been war pathing all day.
|5.||Scoop me up|
Verb. To provide one with an update on the latest news, events and/or happenings concerning an individual, social group or organization. The term first originated in Boston, Massachusetts.
Example 1: "What's the latest goss Phaedra? Scoop me up girl!"
Example 2: "Hey bro, what's been happening since I last saw you? Scoop me up Orli!"
Example 3: "I missed the last episode of Jersey Shore and American Idol, scoop me up on what went down!"
Pronounced "bee/ay/ess" or just "bas." It is an abbreviation for bitchez aint shit. Commonly associated with the B.A.S Mafia originating in Brisbane. A non-profit global movement devoted to the research and instigation that promotes inequality among the genders, propelling men above woman and encourages males to pay the absolute shit out of bitches.
snoop: cunt eyes, whats been happening?
dre: sup cunt knuckles, some bitch was giving me a humma last night aye
snoop: ahh what a slappa, did you give her a blacky and a bluey?
dre: yeh b.a.s'd the bitch had out
snoop: niceee, B.A.S til i die! getting that tattooed on me gooch!
|7.||Is this a prank?|
Rhetorical question, synonymous with 'is this a joke?' asked when something even remotely unexpected has occurred. Soulless teenage girls have recently been prone to using this phrase because "is this a joke?" has become too mainstream; the use of it gives them a feeling of individuality.
1. Teacher: today we will be having a pop quiz.
Teenage girl: is this a prank? what's happening...?
2. Doctor: you're entire family has died in a car accident.
Teenage girl: meep. Is this a prank?
3. *drops a french fry on the floor
Teenage girl: is this a prank?
4. *absolutely nothing has happened at all
Teenage girl: is this a prank?