Overused buzzwords used mainly in the corporate world.
These unnecessary words are consistently used to denote something new in a company; be it a policy or a procedure.
Their use is totally fucking stupid, since there is no way to start using new procedures in the past. These words are filler and an example of verbal diarrhea.
Dave mentioned during the meeting that to reduce the amount of skidmarks in our underwear we should be sure to use at least five panels of toilet paper moving forward.
Stemming from a video by Liam Lynch, this word is the definition of filler word. Its similar in usage of the "f" word, where it can be used in any situation you choose.
Pronounced 'fid-all-isk' emphasis on the k.
just stubbed toe: "FIDDLEISK!"
cant think of a word: "did you go to that...fiddleisk-en model thingy?"
mad at your boss and cant cuss, mutter "fiddleisk."
Can be used as a replacement for most cuss words and in any situation, to confuse people.
Generally used in "once upon a time..." it can be used where you would use on or up on in most situations. You would probably not say "upon my girlfriend" but you get the idea.
Her opinion WILL be heard on anything that she cares about enough to comment upon.
1.An answer to any question
2.a statement or really any part of speech (much like the F-word but g rated but still cool)
Can also be added with other words or tenses
Teacher-"billy whats the square root of pi"
"I JUST GOT CAR JACKED...DIPPIDY DOO!!"
" I just dippidy did kattie in her parents bed"
" did you dippidy doo your homework?"
"Yea its dippidy done."
"Stop being a dippidy dickhead you dippidy deutsch bag!"
can also reffer to a game like setting like-
Bob-"say bill what time is it"
Bob-"your not drunk enough"
4-40oz MGD's later
Bob-"what time is it now bill"
Bill "dippidy doo!"
Noun: Confusion of the brain's synapses.
Verb: Used when confused about what word to use as a verb.
Adj: Describes something thoughtlessly.
Adv: Expresses more confusion when using a verb.
Noun: "Your snerph had you at a loss for words."
Verb: "You totally just snerphed that sentence up."
Adj: "Is that one of those snerph back whales?"
Adv: "The turtle may move snerphly at the speed of light."
|6.||But yeah, duded.|
A gap filler often placed at the end of a sentence or in order to complete a thought; carries no significance.
The origins of "but yeah, duded" are not completely known. It is believed to have started in small circles and gained notoriety through the internet.
Derived from "so yes" and "dude". "So yes" is simply used when people have nothing to say; "duded" is the misspelling of "dude", a reference to the person you are talking to. People who often say "but yeah" avidly misspell words.
Kevin was invited to Emily's house in order to watch old Law & Order episodes. However in the middle of the episode Kevin became too enthralled and knocked over Emily's prized trophy. Emily became so mad that she bit Kevin, which caused Kevin to proclaim "you bitter (sic)." Upset by what had just unfolded, Kevin decided to leave and go home. He was upset at society's injustices and decided to let it have its own way. At home, he invited Sharyn over, but she could only come next month because there must be a month's notice before anyone can come. But yeah, duded.
Adding filler words & phrases to make what is being said sound more important.
Someone uttering useless sayings like, "At the end of the day ..., " "In reality ... , " & "To be honest with you ..." is guilty of serving verbal carbs.