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Texting: LIS. (ph) a rude, passive-aggressive phrase, usually found at the beginning of a response, that lets someone know that they didn't listen to you. Done in convo with subordinates or anyone you disdain, because being polite to these people 'doesn't matter'. Often found in abbreviated form in response emails and texts, as LIS, indicating you think the person hasn't read or understood your post.
"Like I said, you need to get to the meeting 15 minutes ahead of time."
by moosynon September 24, 2011
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Commonly used in text messages or social media as a short form for Very Sound Advice.
Mate 1: Hey, I'd be careful risking all that money on one bet. Only risk what you can afford to lose.
Mate 2: Thanks. VSA
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Phrase: commonly used in the beginning, middle, or end of a sentence. Used as a filler for "um," "and," and "dude." Commonly paired with another phrase, "Scoinaaan." Does not need to refer to anything one actually said or a statement from the past.
"Like I said, we need to see what's scoinaaan with third shift. Like I said."
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when mrs criasa say some he usally say u know like i said and again
u knwo like i sadi alright
by meh November 05, 2004
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