bead can be applied in two ways - as part of a sentence or by itself.
1. AS PART OF A SENTANCE
a) When used as a part of a sentance, bead is used to describe something that is extremely positive.
b) By adding the suffix "orse", the positivity of bead can be reversed to describe something that SHOULD be positive, but is in fact negative.
2. USED BY ITSELF
"bead" used by itself can mean a number of things, however the intended meaning can be understood by acknowledging both the context of the conversation and the degree of positivity that is being shown.
bead used by itself can mean the following - listed in order of positivity shown:
(i) "What's up?"
(ii) "I agree, sort of"
(iii) "I'm drunk"
(iv) "I'm impressed"
(v) "I agree."
(vi) "We are mint"
(vii) "I agree strongly."
(viii)"How the fuck is it goin, homie?"
(x) "I love bead"
The level of positivity can be shown in two ways:
a) When written, the use of capital letters, letter extentions, smiley faces and possibly random letters thrown in, indicates how positively the person feels with regards to the topic.
b) When spoken - shouting, hyper body language and an extended period of time taken to say the word, are all indicators of how positive the user feels about the topic.
1.a) "Them hoes last night were fuckin' bead, homie."
1.b) "Sorry dude, my computer keeps crashing - its totally beadorse."
(i) "What's up?" ... ("bead")
(ii) "I agree, sort of" ... ("bead...")
(iii) "I'm drunk" ... ("bead:-F")
(iv) "I'm impressed" ... ("bead:-o")
(v) "I agree." ... ("bead!")
(vi) "We are mint" ... ("bead(H)")
(vii) "I agree strongly." ... ("BEAD!")
(viii) "How the fuck is it goin, homie?" ... ("BEEEEEAAAAD")
(ix) "lol!" ... ("behehehead:-D")
(x) "I love bead" ... ("BEEEEADOSIALIALSSLIHAEHADJASFSLFPSFPAEDSKDSHDAD:@:DOD:OSD:OD:DOD:D")
2.b) *Screaming at top of lungs, face about to explode with excitement and taking 10 minutes to finish saying the word* "BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD!!!!!!!!!!!" means "I love bead"
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