Abbreve Philos

Abbreve – This is basically shortening every word.  It came about basically because we are all lazy people and don’t want to say the whole word.  Why say the whole word when the other person can understand half of it?  By doing this you can be more efficient in your speech:  you will save time and energy, and be able to say more in the same amount of time.  And of course, it’s fun.  BTW, even the word philos has been abbreeved.


sarr [sahr] v. to be good (at something).  adj. 1. be superior in looks and/or skills.  2. be good in an overall sense, whether it be associated with feelings, smell, touch, etc.

A person, girl or guy, can be sarr looking, or simply sarr.  A person can also be sarr at doing something, or something that’s cooking in the oven can smell sarr.


kabobbo [kuh-ba-boe, kuh-bob-oh] v. 1. to repeat an action or word in order to play off the discomfort of the initial action – kabobbos, kabobboed, kabobboing 

Let’s say your voice cracks while speaking, if you keep cracking it and even blend the crack in with another sound, you would be kabobboing. (sort of similar to calar)


shuboo [shoo-boo] v. thinking that you comprehended the situation at hand when in fact, you never knew – shuboos, shubooing, shubooed

This is pretty simple.  Some people try to analyze everything and come up with conclusions that are totally off.  A simple example would be:  say one of your friends thought you, along with everyone else, were ripping on them.  No matter what you say to prove that you weren’t, the person doesn’t believe you.  That person would be shubooing.


damiate [dey-mee-eyt ] v. to try to be different for attention – damiating, damiates, damiated

If you go out of your way to be different or act different from everyone else simply for the extra attention, you would be damiating.


pagonate [paguh-neyt] v. 1. to rip because you lost.  2. to rip because you were proven wrong – pagonates, pagonated, pagonating, pagonator

Say you and your friend have an argument about a certain topic.  After you are proven wrong, if you rip on your friend simply because you lost, you would be pagonating.

Voice Philos

VOICE PHILOS – through different modulations of the voice, a better understanding of the other’s opinion on a certain topic can be achieved.  The following are a few examples of this:

(1) Up at the end… this is used mainly for sarcastic comments if you wanna just get your point across to others.  Basically, you just say a sarcastic comment.  Towards the end of the phrase, the tone of your voice begins to rise drastically, climaxing at the very end of the phrase.

(2) Are we gonna… is mainly used in a mocking manner.  Other uses include: to create, or to cover it up when you’re olmexing.  To do this, your voice has to become very dramatic, faint and almost airy for the whole phrase.

(3) It’s gettin’… is used as an exclamation to an action that has taken place or is going to take place in the future.  When you say the phrase, you gotta say each word precisely and succinctly.  (similar to how you would pronounce succinctly)

(4) Slowness… is used to give more meaning what is being said.  However, it’s uses are very limited to a few phrases so don’t boost it.  When you’re saying the phrase, you will notice your voice slightly whining.


rip [rip] v. 1. to make faces at another person or people when they are not aware or looking.  2. to make a horrible face.  3. to make fun of someone or thing.  4. to defeat someone in any way or form – ripping, rips, ripped, ripped up


olmex [ohl-meks] v. to belittle (or rip) something or someone because you’re jealous – olmexing, olmexesolmexed, olmexer

It’s kinda like hating on someone or something.  Pretend your friends start a web sight that becomes successful.  You get jealous because you never thought about doing it, and you start saying negative things about the sight and even your friends.  You would be olmexing.