What is Yuck?
That dirty sock pile is a big yuck.
i. The phrase "yuck it up" was a way of mimicking laughter in '60s theatrical jargon. It was also used to describe the sound of laughing at comedy shows.
ii. A decade later, yuck became an expression of distaste or disgust, maybe due to the vulgarity of the jokes in the aforementioned comedy clubs.
Note: can also be used in adjective form, i.e.,
i. Get ready to yuck it up, folks, it's
ii. Mr Wilson: Yuck! Who put this dead fly and clear, whitish fluid in my goddamn soup?! Dennnnis!!
Derogatory term for a white person; or proper term for a racist white person.
Normally I don't fight fire with fire but I found this one to cut reasonably deep.
Boy what be's you think you's doing up in this here seat?
--Can it Yuck.
Formerly used as an onomatopoetic expression to describe the sound of laughter in '60s theatrical jargon.
A decade later was used as an expression of distaste, disgust, or revulsion by people who attended comedy clubs, probably due to the disgusting nature of the jokes told in a more vulgarity-tolerant society. Can also be used in its adjective form,
Yuck-yuck, you make me laugh with your silly antics sometimes, Bob.
Yuck! There's a freakin' fly in my soup!
A term for someone who is unpopular and UGLY. Someone or a group of people who you wouldnt want to assosiate yourself with. Usually are greasy nasty creepy .
"Ew, Look at the yucks over there"
"Dont talk to him! Hes a yuck!"
blow, yayo, cocaine. Also Yuckmouth (a side effect of doin some blow)
Me and Jamal were bored so we went and picked up a gram of that yuck
1. (v) to vomit, barf, blow chunks, toss out last night's salsa
2. (v) a normal male's response after meatin' the skin taco or shakin' the tree
3. (n) the visible, often messy product of either the above actions
1) I just yucked in the barf bucket in the basement.
2) I pulled out and yucked all over the bed.
3) Get that yuck outta here, I'm tryin' to eat.