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Thesaurus for rly

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for rly

o
1. The 15th letter of the English Alphabet.

2. Slang for an "ounce", in reference to drugs.

3. Abbreviation for "orgasm".

4. Abbreviation for "oh".

5. Slang for the work of literature, "Othello", by William Shakespeare, recently cited in the movie "O", a horrible modernization of the Othello story.
1. abcdefghijklmn > O < pqrstuvwxyz

2. Just shmok'd an o, bra. Fo' sho', what's that big floatin' rainbo' doin' flyin' around my space, yo?

3. Why, I just believe I had quite an 'o', dear!

4. O my! That is sooooo kewl!

5. One day Jack walked down to the video store to rent "O". 2 hours later the manager of the store found a mangled copy of "O" stuck sideways into the Tape Return slot.
by robots on parade July 07, 2004
Internet slang, short for "Oh, really?". Used in the following ways; often sarcastic:

1. In response to someone who has said/pointed out something very obvious

2. In response to someone who has insulted you or has aggressively disagreed with you

3. In response to a boring, nerdy comment you don't understand or care about (i.e. a peice of trivia)

4. In response to a comment that seems hard to believe or a lie

Occasionally some will respond to an "O rly?" comment with "ya rly" or "rly", but this is lame and not recommended.
1. A: Dude! Did you see this? There's an eye on the pyramid on the back of all these dollar bills!

B: O rly?

2. A: You're a fucking loser, A Cinderella Story was a shitty movie.

B: O rly.

3. A: Yes, but did you all know that the word "catapult" is of Hungarian and French origin and roughly translates to blah blah blah......

B: o rly?

4. A: My aunt is friends with Lindsay Lohan's agent's sister, and she's said that Lindz is totally not a cokehead, so stfu.

B: O RLY?
by amy e August 27, 2005
A statement of disbelief in a sarcastic manner. It`s like "seriously" but more obnoxious.
The Simpsons - Season 21 - "O Brother, Where Bart Thou?"

Lisa: Global warming can cause weather at both extremes. Hot AND cold.
Homer: I see. So you`re saying "warming" makes it colder.
-Homer calls Lisa crazy and does a stupid dance-
Lisa: Really? Really? Uh huh.. All right.
by [itsANGiE] January 31, 2010
ya
Acceptable: Replacement for "you"
Unacceptable: Replacement for "yeah"

The first definition is correct, because "ya" is actually how a lot of people pronounce "you" in a casual conversation.

But using it as "yeah" is incorrect and stupid, because nobody in real life pronounces yeah like "ya". The only people who type it that way are people under 25 who are trying to be cool and fit in with the rest of their e-buddies and Myspace losers.

A lot of them make the excuse that it's easier to type "ya" than "yeah". Yeah right. It's just their way of hiding the fact that they're trying to be cool and fit in on whatever board/forum they're posting on.

At least things like "orly" and "kthx" are funny......"ya" is not. It's just dumb.

By the way, expect all my votes to be negative, because they're all mad that I'm right.

P.S. go read a book instead of wasting time surfing the net or playing video games......you might learn something.
Correct: "Can ya give me an example?"
Incorrect: "Ya, sure"
by You heard me January 03, 2006
Internet slang, short for "Oh, really?". Used in the following ways; often sarcastic:

1. In response to someone who has said/pointed out something very obvious

2. In response to someone who has insulted you or has aggressively disagreed with you

3. In response to a boring, nerdy comment you don't understand or care about (i.e. a peice of trivia)

4. In response to a comment that seems hard to believe or a lie

Occasionally some will respond to an "O rly?" comment with "ya rly" or "rly", but this is lame and not recommended.
1. A: Dude! Did you see this? There's an eye on the pyramid on the back of all these dollar bills!

B: O rly?

2. A: You're a fucking loser, A Cinderella Story was a shitty movie.

B: O rly.

3. A: Yes, but did you all know that the word "catapult" is of Hungarian and French origin and roughly translates to blah blah blah......

B: o rly?

4. A: My aunt is friends with Lindsay Lohan's agent's sister, and she's said that Lindz is totally not a cokehead, so stfu.

B: O RLY?
by amy e August 27, 2005
One of the possible answers to o rly. Internet slang, means "yeah, really."
"I know an o rly owl."
"O rly?"
"Ya rly."
by Erased June 21, 2005
Lol
The name 'Lol' is an abreviated form of the name 'Laurence'.
"Hey Lol, you alright?"

"..Well i was chattin to Lol and he said.."
by Lol B February 06, 2009
Used as a final answer to the YA RLY comeback...Usually said
by the person who started with O RLY?.
Extremely retarded political figure: They misunderestimated me.
"Terrorist": O RLY?
Extremely retarded political figure: YA RLY
"Terrorist": NO WAI!
by DarkSergeX October 08, 2005
Internet slang, short for "Oh, really?". Used in the following ways; often sarcastic:

1. In response to someone who has said/pointed out something very obvious

2. In response to someone who has insulted you or has aggressively disagreed with you

3. In response to a boring, nerdy comment you don't understand or care about (i.e. a peice of trivia)

4. In response to a comment that seems hard to believe or a lie

Occasionally some will respond to an "O rly?" comment with "ya rly" or "rly", but this is lame and not recommended.
1. A: Dude! Did you see this? There's an eye on the pyramid on the back of all these dollar bills!

B: O rly?

2. A: You're a fucking loser, A Cinderella Story was a shitty movie.

B: O rly.

3. A: Yes, but did you all know that the word "catapult" is of Hungarian and French origin and roughly translates to blah blah blah......

B: o rly?

4. A: My aunt is friends with Lindsay Lohan's agent's sister, and she's said that Lindz is totally not a cokehead, so stfu.

B: O RLY?
by amy e August 27, 2005
no
The word that makes sex rape.
Lets fuck.
No
by Spoiled May 12, 2003