A phrase that Mexicans use to joke or diss one another. Can also be interchanged with "Not even" "Or something". This phrase is generally used by white kids who think that they're funny.
Mexican number 1 "Did you see my new ride, homes?" *car gets hit by semi* Mexican number 2 "not really" Mexican number 1 "oh, no" Mexican number 2 "or someteeng"
作者 Really sexy old man 2010年2月08日
Meaning; neither yes nor no at the same time; statement meaning in between, maybe or straddling the fence. Word used when trying to avoid a question.
You ask, "did you like the dinner?" Reply, "Not Really". Which means there was something you didn't like about it. Did you not like the greens or mash potatoes. It is either "Yes" or "No" This phrase should be used in conjunction with an explainatin following it.
作者 JoAnna Alicea 2008年1月13日

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