Military usage for "We Eat This Shit Up"

Usually said when things aren't going so good
CPO "They're sending us to sea to ride out the Hurricane."

Seaman "WETSU"
Por Dave LaVie 28 de julio de 2005
An ancronym for We Eat This Sh*t Up (pronounced wet-sue), meaning we are gung ho and highly enthused, used in the Army in the Vietnam era, usually while running PT (Physical Training)!
How are you men today?
W.E.T.S.U., Sir!
That's what I like to hear; let's run another 2 miles, then!!
Por Miami Joe 31 de agosto de 2007
WETSU stands for "We Eat This Shit Up". Most commonly seen on Valley View Cougars 6th Man t-shirts. Why because WE EAT THIS SHIT UP in the bleachers.
Picture this your team is up in the 4th quarter and you have your 6th man t-shirt on and the other team is losing because of the 6th man, you start to chant "WETSU" and pointing to the back of your shirt towards the other school's student section. It demoralizes them.
Por Sitting Bull 1332 13 de marzo de 2008
We Eat That Shit Up
pronounced, wet-sew
on some football teams, yelled during or after a good play
after getting an INT: "WETSU, WETSU!"
Por Shaggy Mellows 18 de agosto de 2005

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