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Yeet is like "Got em" or in some cases "Don't got em."
About to slide someone? That's about to be a yeet.
Muhammad Ali dodging punches? That's a yeet.1
NOOOO LOL. Yeet is a way of like curving someone. Like a way of saying "NOPE"21
Apparently a dance move, more likely a mistake he was meant to say yes?0
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"Term used to express excitement; especially used in basketball when someone has shot a three-pointer that they are sure will go in the hoop.
Also used as one ejaculates.
Can be used as an exclamatory (YEET!), or a verb (to yeet someone)"
Thanks, Urban Dictionary.0
Yeet is to eject, it is to remove, it is to push away.
Example, I yeeted the baby off a cliff!! as opposed too "I am a spartan warrior and my baby was not fit"10
It's an expression of excitement like "yew" or "woo."
So in the right context it could be used as yes.
Like maybe you could ask a question and someone could reaction excitement and affirmation like "damn, hell yes!" and alternatively "yeet" would mean in same thing in that context.0
Aren't you supposed to scream "yeet" when you throw something?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Bjy5YQ5xPc1
I really don't know, people be saying it at my school, lol :P10
Lol yea thats what it means. Sometimes I yell it cause of the pronunciation of the word is funny. Yeeet!!!0
Probably meant to say yeah and the spelling came out wrong0
i looked it up since my brother was saying it and i didn't know what it meant but google tells me it means yes0
Maybe he's gotten a foot fetish and misspelt 'feet'.0
Either a typo or your friend is hotstudlovercupcake.0
It means his mom drank when she was pregnant.11
It's something like saying "damn" I think0
I keep reading this as "yeti"0
Maybe he meant to right yeep?6
It means to throw or do something excessively.10
It means no but with swag0
yes, i love feet.10
Watch the vine yeet0
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I can't help but get reminded of "yarp" from Hot Fuzz
Based on that, I'm guessing he was saying yes. It starts with a "ye" like yes, yeah, and yep. All of them mean the same thing. Since the question was really asking yes or no, I'm guessing he was trying to say "yes" but be funny or something about it.