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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Cuffs, Feb 11, 2019 at 9:42 AM.
Genuine thoughts please, no joking around. Provide in-depth analysis for your decision as well!
YEET! The yeet is a viral 2014 dance involving moving your shoulders and slightly bent legs together with arms outstretched. It inspired various memes and popularised yeet as an expression of excitement.
Examples of yeet
I swear I can't dance but when I'm in the shower I be trying to yeet, do the Nae Nae, all type of dances
being a fish must be so terrifying like imagine finding a delicious tasty treat and when you go to eat it God’s just like YEET and you’re yanked up into the sky
As more and more people started to yeet, the name for the dance move slowly worked its way into casual conversation, as a new way to express excitement over something.
While its exact origins are unclear, the story of yeet begins in black social media culture in February 2014. Several people are credited for the dance, including YouTuber Milik Fullilove, who calls out Yeet! as he does his moves with personal flourishes.
Following more YouTube yeet demonstrations and even a hip-hop song, yeet went viral after Vine (RIP, Vine) user Jas Nicole posted a video of a young man, called Lil Meatball, doing the dance in March 2014.
Internet users made remixes of Lil Meatball—and plenty of memes. The memes photoshopped a still of Lil Meatball, arms extended, into various settings, such as playing baseball or drumming.
Know Your Meme
Perhaps because people often say yeet while doing the dance, yeet spread an interjection all its own to show enthusiasm or express approval, e.g., Yes, I got an A on that paper. Yeet!
An Urban Dictionary entry from 2008, however, already defines yeet as an excited exclamation, particularly in sports and sexual contexts. It’s very possible that the yeet cried out during the dance is taken from such an older, organic interjection in black culture, but the viral yeet dance no doubt help popularize the term.
Yeet faded in popular culture until March 2018, when users of the subreddit r/dankmemes—dedicated to so-called dank memes, which are deliberately odd and obscure—started posting new yeet memes. They riff on the word yeet in a variety of absurd contexts, often with images of the face with tears and joy emoji, .
Know Your Meme
Trying to start a serious debate, surely you've got an opinion @Noceur
personally I always found schmeat more fun to say, for example were a man to say "bitch dont F with my Shmeat" I would proclaim quite a chuckle.
However if a lady walked up to me and said "Yeet dude finna" I would be forced to apply pressure to her face with the back of my left hand, resulting in a red mark and multiple tears.
To Conclude, Schmeat is considered to be Superior in many ways, and supports equal rights as it does not sound cringe worthy
Surely shit posting
It’s offtopic, it doesn’t add to post count so basically anything goes (within reason)
Please keep on topic with the debate
sorry the only slang for grown-ups such as myself only consists of "yolo" or "fat swag on these money bitches"
My opinion is "I once owned a Teamspeak channel named 'Noc's Anti-Yeet Palace.
Whatever stooge prefers I am the same!
swag is 4 boyz
class is 4 men
Wowee is better
pmsl is the way to go