Fust is a general expletive used in New Zealand to express frustration or disapproval. Fust is often used as an inoffensive substitute for the word 'Fuck'.
Fust can be also used to describe a person or situation that is pointless, useless or generally cringeworthy.
'Oh my god this party is fust'
'Jade and Dion are so fust'
'Good Yok' is a pharse spoken in the christchurch, New Zealand.
The phrase is spoken as a sarcastic retort to something a person might find laughable or untrue. 'good Yok' essentially means 'good joke'
It is not established whether 'Yok' is usable as a standalone word, some argue that there are no 'Yoks', only 'good Yoks'.
An alternative spelling of Yok can be Jok.
Person 1: "Are you going to kate's party?"
Person 2: "Good Yok!"
Person 1: "Did you do well in the test?"
Person 2: "Yea, Good Yok"
Utes is the spoken form of the acronym 'Utf' meaning 'up to fucks'.
'Utf' evolved into Utes because of the obvious difficulty in saying 'Utf' as a single word easily in conversation. Utes originates in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Utes is used generally to describe a person or situation that doesn't fulfill any purpose and therefore does nothing.
'Man that guy is so utes, he doesn't do anything'
'This party is utes, there's no one here'