Yeet has 2 meanings
To throw something out of rage
Dude, you broke my monitor!
|amp||To be loud and angry|
|Flaming||Angering other Internet users|
|Trolling||Posting offensive comments|
|WTFF||What the f***ing f***|
|Dab||Hip hop dance move|
|Meme||A piece of media that spreads via the Internet|
Yeet is a phrase used by somebody who is really excited. The person's crush may have just agreed to go out with him, he may have just hit a 3-pointer in basketball, or he may have just discovered that he got an "A" on a difficult exam.
I just passed my final on 3 hours of sleep, yeet!
|Shut up and take my money||I want to purchase that|
Yeet is a nonsensical exclamation yelled by a person when throwing something out of anger. The tantrum typically occurs when a person loses a competition, usually when gaming online.
The phrase is often used by tweens, teens, and young adults who struggle with managing their anger when losing. Some objects that are commonly thrown during the tantrum include game controllers, devices, monitors, chairs, computer mice, beverages, and food.
The phrase gained popularity in the 2010s and it has murky origins. Some believe it was first used by a person shooting a 3-pointer in basketball, which then morphed into being a go-to exclamation by raging gamers. The gaming community widely adopted the expression, which doesn't actually mean anything. Along with being yelled by frustrated gamers, it is also commonly used in humorous memes depicting frustration.