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  • interj. what's up? (as a greeting)


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  • Take, for example, the word "wassup," which Martin describes simply as a re-spelling of the term "what's up." - Home Page

  • But instead of "wassup," buttons at the hospital say

  • Ollie gave them a "wassup" then gave them congratulations.

    TV Squad

  • 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.

    zingerbabai Diary Entry

  • If you were aiming for the new "wassup", an actual word might've helped.

    The Hard Sell: Zalando

  • 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.

    Fahad Faruqui: Implanting the Seed of Kindness

  • But then I guess he saw the article and didn't respond to my email: "hey, wassup?"

    James Altucher: How to Spot a Scammer

  • Even if you didn't like the original wassup ad, watch 'till the end.

    Wassup 2008

  • 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

    Creative Writing Workshop with Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

  • 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!'

    Here's looking @ you, kid


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