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.

Calar (Khalar)

calar [kuhlahr] v. 1. to attempt to play something off.  2. to act differently from your thoughts.  3. to act falsely to get attention – calarring, calarscalarred

An example of calar would be:  Let’s say you go to your friend’s restaurant.  You know that you’ll be covered for the meal since your friend owns it, but when you’re done eating, you make a half-ass attempt to pay for your share of the meal.  You would be calarring.  Other spellings include khalar or cahlar.

Jube Philos

JubeJube is more like a concept than an actual word.  It could mean the things that define it, but it could also be used as a variable or an identifying word, as long as others know what you are referring to.  For example, if you say that you’re just jubing at home, it could very well mean that you’re just sitting there doing absolutely nothing just like the first definition of the word.  But if you say a certain house is a “jube house” it doesn’t necessarily mean that the house doesn’t function properly.  Or another example would be if we were to refer to somebody as a juber.  It doesn’t mean that we think the person just sits at home doing nothing while breaking everything in sight.  So what we’re trying to say is that jube can be used as a word, but it also is used as a way to see things.  Sort of like a mentality.  Jubing can be a mindset that allows you to see the humorous and lighter side of life.  We spend a lot of time worrying about our life, jobs, our schoolwork, and our daily routine.  Having a jube mentality can allow you to think about everyday life from a different angle.  It gives you the freedom to let go of those tensions that cause stress and just have a good time.  We only live once, so why can’t we all just have fun, right?  So the next time your boss or professor gives you a hard time, rip ‘em on their head, and move on, ‘cause they’re gee anyway.


jube (def. 1) [joob, jyoob] n. /adj. word used to identify objects, ideas, people, etc. with the jube mentality. – see Jube Philos.

*Before you go off and start boosting about this definition, let me shut you up real quick.  What do you call “jube trip,” “jube house,” “jube van,” etc.?

There’s another definition that you’re probably more familiar with.

jube (def. 2) [joob, jyoob] v. 1. to be in an idle state, as in doing nothing.  2. to waste time in an unproductive manner.  3. to make a mistake, as in breaking something.  4. to procrastinate.  5. to not function properly or at all – jubing, jubes, jubed, jubie (jubie loo) – see Jube Philos.

juber [joo-ber, jyoo-ber]  n. 1. someone who exudes the qualities of the word jube.  2. someone who identifies with the word jube and jube mentality – jubers

**Jube is the most frequently used word, but it also could be the most misunderstood word, as well.  You’ll see the word, jube used a lot in various ways.  See the Jube Philos post to get a better understanding.