in russian – a place to go. universal direction marker. you can hear it, if someone bored of you, or deny you money or service, or refuse s*xual relationship. sometimes you can just find it on the internet. you may think ‘but i did nothing wrong in my life!’. you should seriously revisit your lifestyle, if soulless web search engines suggest you to go ‘nahuy’
1. can you borrow me 100$? – poshol nahuy. f*ck off.
2. hey bro, pour me another shot of vodka. -nahuy (f*ck no), you drunk enough.
3. masha, please! i adore you so much, i can do anything you want! -ok, can you do for me just one thing? -yes!!! – idi nahuy (get the f*ck out), please!
that mood when you are crazy tired but somehow super hyper. dude i was nirping so hard last night, everything seemed to be funny.
- obi-wan error
when you’re off by 1. common in programming when dealing with indexes since they start at 0. i was writing a program last night and didn’t notice the obi-wan error.
- papa pinga
papa means daddy but in hypothetical term means “big” pinga means c*ck i’m papa pinga! call me papa pinga
russian slang for “kid”, typically used in a derogatory way to those younger than you. i have work tomorrow, leave me alone patsan