da ting goes SKRRRR pop pop Brrrraaah, you clownin *sneezing emoji* on mah fleek *cowboy emoji* fuh yuh, huh side step
sweat bruh, nah nah, up
yeet on uckers, dab dab
*clown emoji x 4*
Did I do it?
Yeah, I don't get it either. It's like when little kids run up and say a word they think is funny and then giggle like mad and run off. You end up sitting there like, "damn kid, are you alright? Do I need to find a doctor? Or are you just happy you found a sweet stick out in the yard and wanna show me but cannot express yourself in fully formed words or phrases so you run up, yell some gibberish and then giggle and run back?"
Sometimes, I wonder! Like, it's interesting to see on places such as Twitter(mostly for me) or social media where someone will say something really off the wall out there in a reply then laugh as if they have some sort of upper hand when no one knows wtf they were talking about to start with. I love when people reply all, "wut?" and they just spam emojis like some sort of desperate Morse code it's like, "Oh no. It's not well in the head. Let's just leave it be." I think people forget not everyone follows the same media/content so songs that use slang or meme's with words that are made up in them do not translate over at all unless the other party is also into the same stuff. Which, granted, they typically aren't.