A strange combination of two words of the English language. When used in the context of noodles, it signifies it is you who ordered the noodles.

Another commonplace for this word is found during intense ping pong sessions when both players don't give a shit about who is serving and just wanna go home.
Person 1: Is it my serve or yours?
Person 2: I don't fuckin' know! It you!
Person 1: You sure, I think it you.
Person 2: Na, def it you.
Person 1: Whatever, fuck you.
by Urazek February 16, 2018
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nobody never knows you that way

sitting on heirlooms from far away
a dress that was sewn for motherly lives
moths have now eaten its pearly waste
nobody never knows you that way

falling in love is like falling in line
you think what you get back will ease the pain
a strange deal, unspoken, faces entwined
nobody never knows you that way

theres blood and monsters you've taught to hide
and if you behave they wont reappear
yearning for a fleshy way to speak
nobody never knows you that way

the moons and the suns have multiplied
you hear my plea "i'm safe now, i can"
so what keeps you from proving me wrong
"nobody never knows you that way"
You inspire me and always have.
I and I love you and you.
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Dublin method of adding a rogue 'you' at the end of an insult or statement, derives from Irish (Gaelic) method of putting second person singular after a verb. can be used with any insult but sounds funniest with ones which already end with 'you'. The second 'you' is usually drawn out a little longer.
"Shut up you you"
"Fuck you you"
by Michael Jay Fox December 12, 2007
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A rhetorical question asked, usually on social media, to embarrass them with any online content from their past if they ever contradict themselves or have a very unpopular opinion.
Jake: You’ll never catch me begging a girl to talk to me cause she belongs to the streets!

Ashley: This you? *shows screenshots of Jake proving otherwise*
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a satirical question usually made to call out someone who is mocking/making fun of/shaming someone for something they’ve done when they’ve done it in the first place
X: “I hate people who wear flannels!”
Y: *shows a picture where X is wearing one* “this you?”
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