No, I don't suck at spelling. That is just how I express myself through my blog, "Kuiet Storm." Here is a list of terms for those who don't understand the jargon I speak.
Ain't: Don't. E.g., I ain't got nothing= I don't have anything.
Bread.: Are you seriously, seriously kidding me.
Breh.: Are you seriously kidding me.
Bruh: Are you kidding me. Also see: Breh, Bread.
Bust a move: Do something/anything
Carlton dance: A dorky dance by character Carlton Banks from "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air." Carlton would dance in such a manner whenever he got excited, heard Tom Jones' "It's not Unusual," etc. I sometimes spell it Carleton Dance on accident.
Da F: What the heck
Earl: Heck. E.g., Earl naw= heck no.
Foo': Fool, idiot
Get it/Gettin' it: Dance/are dancing very well
I'ma: I'm going to. E.g., I'ma need you to chill= I'm going to need you to calm down.
Like bow: Referring to Ray Nitti's "Bow" song. When I write this, I'm dancing in my chair to the same beat as the Ray Nitti song. I'm also trying to attempt dancing the same dance moves to the "bow" (x6) part of this choreography.
Meh: It's not that interesting/I'm not that interested.
Nothin': Nothing, or anything (depending on how the sentence is set up)
Ol': Old. Usually used to emphasize how big the topic is that is being presented.
Playa: Player. An alternative for boy, girl, to try and connect with the audience. E.g., Earl naw, playa= Heck no, girl/boy/whoever I'm talking to/whoever is reading this.
Suck: Terrible, awful. E.g., That sucks= That's terrible. You suck= You're awful.
'Sup: How's it going?
Welp: Whelp, nothing more to say here
Wha’bout: What about
Y'all: You guys
Yass: Yes. Only the word "yes" didn't do the situation justice.
MORE WORDS COMING SOON!