Phrase that has been over used by Kameron Messenberg.
"You are right. I'll kick your ass." --Kameron Messenberg
by sizzlemynizzle April 4, 2003
It’s old Southern slang meaning “you’re silly” or “you’re being funny”.
Person: *tells joke*
Other Person: *laughs* You ain’t right.
by AzaleasSuck November 22, 2018
*Pronounced Day-gone*
Used in the south, this expression can be said for three circumstances:

1) When something is definetly true, correct, or exciting
2) Said after disbelief or shock
3) Owning up to something
1) "Man you were on fire the other day!"
"You daggon right"
2) "Bob died the other night"
"You daggon right?"
3) "Did you finish the project?"
"You daggon right!"
by Matt Ruggiero May 6, 2008
it means if you smoke weed or smoke in general.
Guys says: Hey, you burn right?

You say: Naw, i don't smoke or

You say: Damn right.
by guy267 January 5, 2010
The question british people will always ask, and u will always think that u have to respond but no! It's just their beautiful way of greeting.

Dont answer to that.
by ajldfknawerhfsodéigkna November 19, 2018
*Pronounced Day-gone*
Used in the south, this expression can be said for three circumstances:

1) When something is definetly true, correct, or exciting
2) Said after disbelief or shock
3) Owning up to something
1) "Man you were on fire the other day!"
"You daggon right"
2) "Bob died the other night"
"You daggon right?"
3) "Did you finish the project?"
"You daggon right!"
by Matt Ruggiero May 8, 2008
somebody doing something scandolas and you want to tell them that they are wrong
A girl walks in a room and sees her girl friend wit her boyfriend and she screams "you sho right"
by Smiilex789 February 7, 2008