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Hundo p

adverb clipping
For sure, definitely, certainly.
 
Often used in response to a question regarding someone’s readiness or state. “Are you going to see the new Star Wars movie on Friday?” “Oh yeah, hundo p.”
Etymology : Derived from “hundred percent” representing that someone is one hundred percent willing or able to do/have done something. “Hundo” clips off the ‘-red’ from ‘hundred’ and adds an ‘o’, while “p” simply clips all but the ‘p’ from ‘percent’.
Source : “if im being boring on twitter it means im happy and busy. if i’m funny and tweeting a lot i’m hundo p spiraling” - @blackprints Sept 22, 2019.
Last modified: 11 December 2019


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