A sentence used by Anaconda virtue in Lisa: The Pointless. Well, it's used in the Tibby Dobbs mod.

Use this to immediately confuse anyone who is outside of the fandom.
Person 1: "You e"
Person 2: "What the fuck are you talking about?"
person 1: "you e"
Person 2: "I hate you so much"
by Trì June 13, 2018
A phrase you use instead of "F you" around your catholic friends or adults.
Lilly and Jocelyn are at school and Lilly decides to say "you have aids, Jocelyn!" Jocelyn is furious "E you!" says Jocelyn.
by auntbrenda May 5, 2020
The evolution of the phrase "I like you", often used by someone who's falling for another person. In this instance, the letters "ik" are dropped, and the space is left blank to demonstrate the intensity of passion between the two people.

(pronunciation: I el ee u).

The next level of usage would include filling up the two spaces with the letters "ov"; making the ultimate phrase "I love you".
"Fallon, I l e you"
"David, I l e you too"
by daviaki July 20, 2009
Phrase used when you don't really love someone, but are just using them
I l**e you
by Matt03030 July 7, 2011
The evolution of the phrase "I like you", often used by someone who's falling for another person. In this instance, the letters "ik" are dropped, and the space is left blank to demonstrate the intensity of passion between the two people.

(pronunciation: I el ee u).

The next level of usage would include filling up the two spaces with the letters "ov"; making the ultimate phrase "I love you".
"Fallon, I l e you"
"David, I l e you too"
by daviaki July 20, 2009
Second-person plural of “you”. Equivalent but more efficient way of saying “you guys”. Analogous to Southern slang of “y’all”. Used by Italian-Americans and others in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states such as Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York.
What are yous(e) doing?

Where are yous(e) going tomorrow?
by Secutor March 5, 2022