Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by Big John, Mar 7, 2018.
What does that mean?
Well, the "U" is the phonetic shortcut for "You" - I'll give you a 61.4 % chance of figuring out the "F" for yourself ?
It’s the last word in Mr. T’s catch phrase.
“What’s up, fu?”
It could have multiple meanings:
I'm gonna FU up with some fu
you know that group, Fu Fighters?
Slang from AC/DC. 'Fu dose about to RAWK!'
It's a girl's name.
It is a universal greeting. A means of wishing fellow travelers (especially drivers) safe travels and best wishes. If one is not within earshot, don't worry, there is an internationally accepted hand signal that one may use to convey such greetings:
My college roommate was particularly fond of the hand signal and would say "You're number one, baby!" when using it.
Follow up...usually written f/u
A usual reply to FU is FU2
Finish Up is a good one.