I think it also means “throw.”Like, “I yeet the apple out the window.”
HA!I guess it's a lot of things, huh?
For me, and my crazy brother (sometimes I wonder if he's alright), we just use it as an expression of excitement, or if we did something cool, won a game, etc.I also use Esketit a lot.They are just made up words.
I heard somewhere that "yeet" is actually something of a hitting motion. Sort of like a semi-punch in a comedic way. I could be wrong . . .What's funny though, is that a past tense of the word is "yote".
I just yote somone... that dosn't sound right...
That's true . . . Past participle, maybe? Sorry, didn't bother to pay attention to grammar class today haha.
"Yeet" is such an overrated word. . .
Agreed. I wonder who came up with it?...
What does this mean?
sorry for the double post, its common.
It means Sorry For The Double Post
It's an old (and NOT children appropriate) meme of a girl at school holding an empty Coca-Cola can, and she says, "THIS THING IS EMPTY," (Chucks can across school hall) "YEET!"
SFTDP, now makes more sense
Because when she said, "THIS THING I EMPTY!" She actually said a bad word as well. THAT my friend, explains how the internet is DUM.
What does ROTFL mean???
Rolling on the floor laughing
Oh! Then people prob shouldn't say it
No, saying 'YEET' is fine.
It technically means 'to throw', but rehearsing the rest of it would not be good.