Smiley Over-Usage Syndrome.

Commonly seen among teenagers trying to add emotion to their chats, e-mails, etc. The disease is also common among pedophiles and stalkers trying to make their alter-ego seem more realistic. It is very easily contracted, even via the internet, and has become an epidemic throughout sites such as Youtube, Facebook, Myspace, and Twitter.
"Haha :D I totally know ^_^ XD :P"

"You need to get tested for SOUS."

"I know D: ;( :O o_O"
by aaandreeewww July 15, 2009
A savings arrangement where a group of people each pool an equal amount of money for a period time (month, two weeks, etc) and after that time is up, one person in the group gets all that money. They keep doing this till everyone gets their turn and receives that full lump sum at least once.

It's not a pyramid scheme, no one loses as long as everyone's trustworthy and puts in their share. It's just a way to hang on to money by putting tying it up into something else temporary. This is popular with 1st-gen Carribbeans, South Americans, Africans, and maybe someother people. Just a way to save money up if you can't get a small savings account, aren't in a credit union, or don't want Tha Man all up in your business.
It's my turn in the sou-sou. I think I'll spend it on a plasma tv.
by deniseo del toro March 24, 2006
The English language has been continuously evolving since it's roots of Old English, or Anglo-Saxon, developed in Britain from the dialects spoken by the Germanic tribes called Angles and Saxons. The language has temperately evolved since its early 15th century roots, and seems almost foreign compared to what it used to be. For example, what once would be said "Hwæt eart þu Sweostor?", meaning "Who are you woman?" is simply replaced with "Soop girl?". This can also be seen as "Soup girl?", depending on geographic region.

Just like our Anglo-Saxon root language has transformed into modern day English, the "Soop" root has bore an offspring as well. The phrase "Sou?", was born and is derived directly from the root word "Soop?". Our gen-y charcteristics have shaped English's current day linguistic characteristics.
When dimes are present..

- "Sou girl? Sou?"
by D-rock guz April 14, 2011
A females name it is a Jersey French word meaning money. Offen coupled with the word (Fleur) Will translate to (Money flower) Sou's are strong willed stubborn and offen defiant. They Despise authority and authority figures. Sou's are not privy to much luck or as the name translates money and because of this are likely to have very strong characters and an ability to thrive when all around continues to go to shit.
Im offen amazed their seems to be no breaking point for a Sou everything ever thrown at them is like water off a ducks back. Many people would love to have the patience of a Sou.
by violetcherry November 11, 2011
Another word for 'dude' 'man' 'you'. Except it's way better.
Snoop Dogg has been known to use this expression and so has lil flip.
"What it do sou?"

"dude, this sou is really making me mad"

by [e.99]Miracle August 19, 2006
Casual way of saying "yes" or acknowledging a statement. Shortened form of "sou desu ka"
'isshoni tabeni dekakemasen ka'
by ShininAkuratsu February 11, 2010