"Normal" in the English dictionary is "conforming to a standard, usual, typical or expected", however, NORMVL is a state of mind and train of thought, based on the contrast and contradiction between what society deems to be "normal" and "weird", and basically renders the dictionary definitions of said words non-existent, because the "normal" and "weird" of each individual human varies on a small to enormous scale, what's "normal" to you may not be "normal" to the next person, same principle applies with "weird".
The idea of a set standard of "normal" as defined by society becomes nonsensical and the individual precedes society. The concept also serves as a sort of bridge between the varying semantics and syntax between cultures.
Dude 1: Yo man, don't you wanna maybe, boil those noodles? Eating them dry's kinda weird
Dude 2: Actually, I eat them like this all the time, it's NORMVL.
1. What 'you're absolutely right' looks like when you say it sarcastically to someone who's probably giving you advise you've probably heard (and ignored) multiple times before, or they just don't know what they're talking about.
2. Your idea of what's right. Your ideology. Your NORMVL
3. Derived from /you're absolutely right/, just without the apostrophe and the 'e', which turns it into "your", which suggests ownership, so 'Your' idea of what's 'absolutely right'. "My absolutely right".
Dude 1: Bru I think if you made just one trap song, just one, I promise people will really mess with your stuff.
Dude 2: Oh yeah! Damn, your absolutely right Dude 1!