- interj. slang what's up? (as a greeting)
“Take, for example, the word "wassup," which Martin describes simply as a re-spelling of the term "what's up.”
“But instead of "wassup," buttons at the hospital say”
“Ollie gave them a "wassup" then gave them congratulations.”
“SO then i went home, and i wuz kinda mad at mai bf fer not callin (hez been known to do that) so i called him and left him a angry message, but it wasnt that angry cuz i wasnt yelling .. so he finally called me back and wuz like "wassup" and i wuz liek "did u hear mai message" and he wuz like "no" and i wuz like "well i'm a lil mad at u" and stuff.”
“If you were aiming for the new "wassup", an actual word might've helped.”
“Since "assalamu alaykum" is too traditional and not so cool, "ahlan," "wassup?" and "how's it going, dude?" has taken the place of a greeting.”
“But then I guess he saw the article and didn't respond to my email: "hey, wassup?”
“Even if you didn't like the original wassup ad, watch 'till the end.”
“June 5, 2008 10: 09 AM hey you wassup. promise to retract the Men! thing. anyways how are you doing? just stopped by to show some love. have a lovely week”
“It dispenses with old school stuff like subject lines, and, obviously, there's no need to start off each Message with fuddy-duddy things like 'Dear X' or even a 'wassup!”
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