Feb 26 Word of the Day
Commonly used in text messages or social media as a short form for Very Sound Advice.
Mate 1: Hey, I'd be careful risking all that money on one bet. Only risk what you can afford to lose.
Mate 2: Thanks. VSA
by Sexucator February 08, 2021
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Mistakenly only thought to refer to Geordie lingo, but has been used by MackemsSunderland for just as long but in a slightly different context.
Imagine the most extreme possible sarcastic meaning of the phrase 'As if' and 'Of course' but with even more negation of authority, then you might touch the full extent of it's meaning.
1)Diplomat-"The war in Iraq was not motivated by oil."
North east England inhabitant-"Why Aye!"

2)"It is possible to find an uncorrupt politician"

North east England inhabitant-"Why Aye!"
by Why Aye February 19, 2005
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NORTH EAST term of saying yes enthusiasticly, or no way.

Not just Geordies...
guy 1: Wanna pack a chips, like?
guy 2: Why aye!


guy 1: Ya fathas just died, ya knaw..
guy 2: Why aye
by Dericjk January 04, 2004
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