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1.
A phrase used, in jest, to cancel an inadvertently made, ambiguously heterosexual statement.
Some guy: Her ass is mine. No hetero!
Por Curious 04 de diciembre de 2006
 
2.
When a gay person says something straight but the gay person doesn't want to give off a straight impression because he/she is not straight.
Ggay dude: You are a good looking girl No Hetero
Girl: Are you gay?
Gay dude: Yes that is why I said no hetero.
Por Gozzy 04 de agosto de 2008
 
3.
A phrase, similar to "no homo", made when a sexual innuendo is implied but not meant to be in any way sexual. (Utilized between opposing genders)
Girl: Thanks so much for sending me the powerpoint!

Guy: No problemo, anything for you Sally, no hetero ;]
Por Jo Singh 03 de noviembre de 2009
 
4.
When two platonic friends of opposite sexes partake in a potentially romantic or sexually stimulating situation, uttering the phrase to negate any romanticism/sexuality.
Guy: (accidentally slaps girl's ass) Oh, I'm sorry.

Girl: It's ok. No Hetero.
Por Hiphopanonymous315 26 de agosto de 2011
 
5.
Said after someone says something that sounds unintentionally heterosexual.
Her ass is mine. No Hetero!
Por Comatose Carl 14 de noviembre de 2010
 
6.
Said to cancel out an ambiguously heterosexual (straight) comment. Can be used by people of all sexual orientations.


1. Girl: Billy and I were holding hands last night, no hetero.
2. Boy: That dress makes her boobs look real perky, no hetero though.
Por Lil' Berry 18 de febrero de 2008
 
7.
To dispel any sexual or intimate connotations in a previous statement. Much like "no homo", but used in context with the opposite sex.

Can be used when a male is speaking to a female, or vise versa, and does not wish to infringe on existing relationships, or if the listener is too ugly to express intimate intentions, etc.
Josh: You have some huge tits (no hetero)
Kelly: Oh gr8, thanks!

Trace: I love you (no hetero)
Rachel: hahahahahha
i like that
its definitely an improvement on the no homo
Por Trace32 30 de enero de 2011