A grammatically incorrect phrase used as the second line of an internet conversation. It originated as dialect from the shropshire area of england but has become more widespread over the past 10 years.
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How to respond to how are you?, whats up?, and other conversation starters there are a few questions that english speakers ask at the beginning of a conversation.
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An informal way to greet someone you know and ask how they are 2.