answer to yes/no question, but does not mean yes or no. used when one cant be bothered answering the question seriously
You going to the ball?
Generally stands for 'Yea I've noticed that'. Most people use this phrase when someone makes a sarcastic any typically untrue comment. Rather than accepting the sarcasm, this phrase can be used to deflect the sarcasm back at the original commenter.
Random Female A: I stopped paying attention to you a long time ago. I hate video games
Random Male B: That's funny, because did you know the average female gamer is ridiculously hott?
Random Female A: YINT
a sentence enhancer used to emphasize an action.
Note: use of the word ends your turn in conversation.
(see Ex. 2)
1: He called my sister a bitch so I punched him in the face...yint.
2a: I hung up on that bitch. Ain't no way I'm letting her tell me what to do...yint. (correct)
2b: I hung up on that bitch...yint. Ain't no way I'm letting her tell me what to do. (incorrect)
Yint adj. slang
a derogatory term for an American abroad who claims to be Canadian or from the United Kingdom to avoid abuse.
Este pendejo yint espera pasar de Nuevo Escoces! - This Yint fucker is trying to pass off as a Nova Scotian!
(Than you Andrew Leland)