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Hey
Why would you even search this?
Hey is Idk
Por Bam Bam Branson 29 de mayo de 2011
 
9.
it's just another way of saying hi
heys
Por hocubcdav 03 de agosto de 2009
 
10.
Hey
1. Interjection, an informal greeting.

2. Verb, to 'hey' someone. The act of driving down public roads in a lane near a sidewalk, coming upon an unsuspecting pedestrian, and hollering "HEY!" as loudly as possible in their general direction. Most effective if done with all windows rolled down, and all members of the vehicle participating. (Originating in Sioux Falls, SD)
1. "Hey buddy, how's the syphilis?"

2. "Jimmy and I heyed a kid so bad the other day, he fell off his bike!"
Por Eric Klein... 22 de noviembre de 2007
 
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Hey
Synonym for (1)"hello";(2)"Let me get your attention"; and (3)"You bastard!"
1:
Timmy: "Hey! You're pretty!"

2:
Timmy: "Hey! Check out my new Dead Squirrel(tm)!!"

3:
Redneck Bully: "Yer mawma's sayexy!"
Timmy: "Hey! That's not true!"
Por Mbleh 18 de agosto de 2007
 
12.
Used in place of something that was going to be said but would have been found inappropriate under the circumstances. Often in place of something that cannot be said on television, though being understood what would have otherwise followed.
Dude, I sent that guy a picture of my... Hey! Ewww man. That's just wrong.
Por Spiral Ruin 30 de noviembre de 2010
 
13.
A phase often used when one guy insults someone else's e-girlfriend, or potential e-girlfriend, no matter how little the potential is.
Me: Hey doesn't ShoeLaceGirl have a odd name?
Guy: Hey!-.-
Me: Dude you don't stand a fucking chance, she is a lesbian irl
Por Captain-Falcon 10 de febrero de 2010
 
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hey
Other than an informal way of saying 'hello', Longford shams often say 'hey' at the end of a sentence to add emotion or to emphasise something, usually a threat. Often heard in the thriving modern metropolis that is Longford. This is in the midlands of Ireland, hey!
awh, sham I'll bate the face a ya if ya go near my bjore again, hey!!!
Por bjore de change 12 de abril de 2009