A nonchalant way of saying that someone is bullshitting. The "weller" is usually egotistical and tries to explain something they truly don't know in order to appear intelligent. It's also often associated with flapping of the shirt near the collar (like on a hot humid day)in order alleviate themselves from bullshit overload and is now the international way of insinuating that someone is welling.
Albert: "I wonder why you have to prepay for gas in NJ."
Chris: "Well you see well well the gas pump numbers just keep rolling thats why. I know this because I read up on it back when I went to Berklee university."

1. He's so good at welling if he went on jeopardy he'd have an answer and explanation for every question.

2. You'll always feel safe with a weller because what you don't know, they'll always have a confident answer for.
by Mr. Pompo October 24, 2006
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A nonchalant way of saying that someone is bullshitting. The "weller" is usually egotistical and tries to explain something they truly don't know in order to appear intelligent. It's also often associated with flapping of the shirt near the collar (like on a hot humid day)in order alleviate themselves from bullshit overload and is now the international way of insinuating that someone is welling.
Albert: "I wonder why you have to prepay for gas in NJ."
Chris: "Well you see well well the gas pump numbers just keep rolling thats why. I know this because I read up on it back when I went to Berklee university."

1. He's so good at welling if he went on jeopardy he'd have an answer and explanation for every question.

2. You'll always feel safe with a weller because what you don't know, they'll always have a confident answer for.
by Mr. Pompo October 24, 2006
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When the body is eager to join an activity.
To, are you going skiing tomorrow?
Yes bro, you welling?
Hell yeah!
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1. Term used in situations of disbelief.

2. Said to someone or people you didn't expect to see.

3. Used when speaking to a specific group or person when questioning their motives.
1. Well well well, I can't believe that happened.

2. Well well well, look who it is.

3. Well well well, what are you doing here?
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The one thing that gives me brain cancer each time I hear it

(Also used for an evil introductions)
Eduardo: Well well well
by Wreck March 10, 2022
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what are you looooosers doing now?

we did that last week.

yeah, probably what inspired you to do it.

anyways were going to do better things

oh yeah? REEEAAAL better things!

never liked you anyways

walks away****
this sentence is said when you go to your neighbour's gate that seperates you from your neighbour's house and then it would be the time to say that. but before you say the phrase after ``well well well``, you need to wait for the neighbours to say ``eduardoooo...`` and then now you can say

what are you looooosers doing now?

we did that last week.

yeah, probably what inspired you to do it.

anyways were going to do better things

oh yeah? REEEAAAL better things!

never liked you anyways

walks away****
by red loogi April 5, 2022
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what are you looooosers doing now?

we did that last week.

yeah, probably what inspired you to do it.

anyways were going to do better things

oh yeah? REEEAAAL better things!

never liked you anyways

walks away****
this sentence is said when you go to your neighbour's gate that seperates you from your neighbour's house and then it would be the time to say that. but before you say the phrase after ``well well well``, you need to wait for the neighbours to say ``eduardoooo...`` and then now you can say

what are you looooosers doing now?

we did that last week.

yeah, probably what inspired you to do it.

anyways were going to do better things

oh yeah? REEEAAAL better things!

never liked you anyways

walks away****
by red loogi April 5, 2022
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