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A word that Jared Leto uses when he doesnt have a f*cken clue when somethings going to come out, or when he wants to piss off the fans.
The ABL Clip will be out Soon.
by ExaBaybee October 24, 2007
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As defined by Blizzard Entertainment: "Soon" does not imply any particular date, time, decade, century, or millennia in the past, present, and certainly not the future. "Soon" shall make no contract or warranty between Blizzard Entertainment and the end user. "Soon" will arrive some day, Blizzard does guarantee that "soon" will be here before the end of time. Maybe. Do not make plans based on "soon" as Blizzard will not be liable for any misuse, use, or even casual glancing at "soon."
by Sidebar Icon November 23, 2009
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When Louis Tomlinson is releasing LT1. He teased the fans (known as Tommo The Tease) by tweeting "Soon is getting sooner." The whole Louie/Directioner fandom freaked out and weeks later nothing happened. Whenever Louis is asked about when his album, merch, tour, a single is coming out he says SOON. Fans are a mix between losing all hope that soon is within the next decade and telling everyone else to be patient. Louis likes to watch this all unfold. He knows very well what he is doing. Louis owns the word soon. If anyone else uses the word soon not relating to Louis, they will be seen in the court of law or in a Twitter battle with Louie/Directioners that will force you to dig your own grave. Don't mess with Directioners/Louies, they learned their sarcasm from Louis Tomlinson himself. So the question remains: When is Louis releasing LT1? SOON.
Fan- "When is the album coming out?"

Louis- "Soon."

*Months, Years, Decades Later*

Fan- "When is the album, your merch, your tour, a single of yours coming out?"

Louis- "Soon."
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When the fate of something or someone has been determined and they are being watched. The predator's main thought is "SOON."

The origin of this phrase is in an under-appreciated lolcat, where an evil-looking cat is watching a chihuahua, with the only caption being SOON.

When pronounced, it helps to add suspense and drama by saying "SOON." in a low voice employed by that movie advertising dude.
Poppy, upon seeing Moolie loiter aimlessly:
SOON.
by Kitty de M. August 09, 2008
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Usually used by artists/bands to tease their fans when they were asked about something. Either means 'in about 3 days' or '6 months.' For example, when asked about a music video, tour, and announcement release, these artists tend to only know this word.
"@NewHopeClub, when are you releasing the studio version of Medicine and Start Over?"
"Soon."
by damnhotcon March 08, 2018
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