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Poll: Yep or Yup

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Do you write the slang for “yes” as yep or yup?

I’m a ‘yup’ kinda guy for sure.

Also write the exclamation ‘Hah!’ instead of ‘Ha!’ quite often. I feel it has more bite.

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Although I rarely use it I’m a Yep kind of guy.

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I prefer yah or yeh. I’ll occasionally yeet if my daughter is in the mix, but she give me The Look when I do that. Apparently old people trying to be cool is pretty sus.

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With my friends I use Ye. Here I use Yes sometimes Yep.

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I’m a yep gal. Yep! Lol

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I tend to say “yeah” more than anything.

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are you sure you are not a “ok yaa!” type of person @everhopeful :grin:

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Of course, there’s always ‘Yaaaaaass!’

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I tend to say yeah also :slightly_smiling_face:

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i went through a phase of saying yesh.

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Is that British?

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I am not sure you know but someone British used that word so i kind of adopted the word for a while

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I’m more of a yarp kinda gal

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i more a yoop…and yap…

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I’m more of a yeah person too. There’s also the opposite nah.

In some parts of Australia, “Yeah nah” means no and “Nah yeah” means yes.

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Ha, when I was freshman in high school in gym class the coach would take role. All us freshman would answer “here” when he called our names and all the seniors would answer with a cool “yo”. By the time I was a senior I was saying “yo” nonchalantly with the other seniors.
I’m kinda surprised I did it now, but any little thing like that has to count for something.

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Yeppers 15151515

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When I worked at a hotel, in the kitchen we would say “yes chef!”. But I would always inadvertently say yesh… :no_mouth:

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I do this
I’m British with hardly ever known an Australian
I think I picked it up from my own mistranslation of a German phrase

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