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When your inner cowboy comes out for a second when your friend asks you if you has the depression
Friend: are you depressed?
cowboy: YE YE
Friend: don’t be depressed you are so thicc
by Julia Arnetta July 04, 2019
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(noun) A person who sits on the front porch and intimidates, says negative things, or otherwise makes things unpleasant for those nearby.
The boys walked past the house of old man Thompson, the neighborhood porch dick, who always assumed they were up to no good.
by bigweaseldaddy March 08, 2015
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1: A slang for agreeing or saying yes
2: A conversation ender
"Dude this party is gonna be lit, you coming?"
"Yeye, you know it"
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by Imakelameslangalright September 04, 2017
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similar to saying "thats dope" or "slick"
yo man sick rims.
Yeye u know!
by mike james bitch October 14, 2006
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a word to say like yeet. u just say it randomly sorta. its a pre cool word.
hey whats up
not much wbu
not much
yeyeee
by itsmeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee March 01, 2019
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1. An exclamation of happiness.
2. The Cajun way of saying "Yeah!"
Person 1: "Dude I JUST GOT FUCKING 2 GRAND IN CASH"
Dude: "YE YE"
by xTheRevolutionx December 17, 2004
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A style of French popular music of the 1960's sung by solo girl singers. Major performers included Françoise Hardy ("Tous les Garcons et les Filles," "Ton Meilleur Ami"), Sylvie Vartan, Chantal Goya, and France Gall ("Sacré Charlemagne," "Poupeé de Son"). Several of the better yéyé songs were written by Serge Gainsbourg (e.g., "Les Succettes," a naughty confection about what kind of lollipops Annie REALLY likes) and "Baby Pop," both sung by France Gall. Many of the yéyé genre were French language covers of American songs; but some of the best-loved ones were written by Françoise Hardy as her own material and covered such themes as loneliness, unrequited love, the passing of time, and the sometimes treachery of best friends.
French yéyé music never caught on big in the United States due both to the language barrier and to the simultaneous British invasion of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones.
by Duckbutt March 21, 2006
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