Coming from a Canadian (where the word was made, no duh),
Eh means anything, really, but usually means YES? or RIGHT? It can also mean RIGHT ON or TOTALLY.
You can only use EH at the end of a sentence, though, and make sure you don't make it a part of a sentence (did that make ANY sense?).
1) Hockey game was amazing, eh?
2) Oh I know, eh!
Coming from a girl from Oakville (Oakville's where the word was made, you idiot!)...
Chate can mean anything you want it to mean; we use it for pretty much everything.
Mostly, though, people use the word CHATE to describe a crappy deal.
Hey man! That was so chate!
495 means DIE. In the alphabet, D is the 4th letter, I is the 9th letter and E is the 5th letter.
Just go 495 already.
A word originating in London, England.
Hopefully nothing more.
Lisa, you have GOT to stop snogging every guy you see...
You might catch something!
A word meaning last year.
Yester can also be put in front of other words.
Remember yesteryear, when we burned the inside of that garbage can?
Kind of like a party, but bigger... like a New Year's party with drunks and drugs and what-not.
Wow... that was one SICK partay!