(pr-nounced as “wa-lei”, not “waylee”)
– an expression commonly used by filipinos of younger generation to denote of disapproval, epic fail, bad turnouts, or anything relevant to negativity. sometimes, it just simply means “no” or “don’t have”. commonly replied to someone who tells a joke, implying that the joke is not funny at all and is corny.
– if added with the prefix “na-” in the front, as in “nawaley”, it would mean that something is lost.
– the antonym of “havey”. see “havey”.
– origin of the word comes from the filipino word “wala”, meaing “don’t have” or “no” in english.
a: “why was 6 afraid of 7?”
b: “i dunno…”
a: “because 7, 8, 9!!!”
b: “too bad, i already heard that! waley! next, please!”
a: “where’s your cellphone?”
b: “nawaley. i lost it in the school.”
a: “dude, what did you get for the test?”
b: “waley, man. i got 67”
a: “it really is waley”
promiscuous basketball wh-r- who likes to prey on fresh young girls.
why is r. kelly such a waley?! that sh-ts wackk
- Wall Halla
posting to a friends wall on facebook. oh, john, i finally found you after all these years. good to see you, your family, all your friends, your pictures, everything else your interested in, and if you don’t mind please post a recent picture of yourself so we really know what you look like. post a […]
someone who spends a lot of time talking on the urbandictionary.com wall the wallsters have been verbally -ssaulting each other all day.
those people that use the letter “w” instead ow “r”. this speak is very r-t-rded-sounding. it is called “walwus” because it’s how r-t-rds say “walrus”. ha,ha,ha. hwi guys what awe yow dowing? -a walwus speaking r-t-rd.
an australian gentlemen who appears to be a tad “frisky” as opposed to kangeroo oh dear charlie, there appears to be a w-ngeroo
- wanking from home
as appose to working from home. seth enjoyed working from home, although, he prefered to call it w-nking from home because he could thump the one eyed purple headed bishop to his hearts content. when a person is “working from home” and there is significant doubt to how much “work” is actually being done and […]