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internet shorthand for "where are you," usually used in a comedic, rhetorical, or sarcastic fashion. Now used also in common conversation.
Billymain: I am tired, I'm going to log on and stop playing, ok.
Dumonyu: wru stamina???
Prettyfly: wru dedication???
by Dumonyu August 28, 2003
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A celebrity free pass is an agreement between you and your significant other that if you meet said celebrity and there is an opportunity to sleep with them, your partner cannot get mad at you for doing so because you had agreed before hand that this person was your celebrity free pass. It is ideal if both of you in the relationship choose a celebrity free pass so that the playing field is even.
Julia met Drake at a bar, and hooked up with him, knowing that her significant other could not be mad at her, because Drake was her celebrity free pass.
by gingerale011 March 25, 2011
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* short hand for "where are you?" when text messaging or chatting online.
* also spelled "rue", "ru" and "roo"
Jan sends a text to John, "wru". John texts back, "on my way".
by boobiestar April 19, 2009
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adj. wrussin', wrussed, wrusses.
Derived from "what r u saying." Can be used to question an individuals moaning, bitching, whining, or general dislike of a certain situation.
1)An angry male gets in your face at a bar, you ask him politely "why you wurssin' buddy?"
2)Someone makes a statement which induces a high shock value, an immediate response could be "wrus!!"
by richarddubs August 05, 2005
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"WRU" is short for "who are you?" when responding to a text message or email from an unknown phone number or email address.
by A. Sceptic July 01, 2010
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The WRU wouldnt let the pacifit islands to the the HAKA, wtf?
by ediblemealman March 02, 2007
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