something u say during webchat to get others to talk/make conversation after some silence.
if there are more then one person in the conversation, the last person to type it have to strike up the conversation.
bob says: so...
bill says: so hows ure work been?? all 120?
作者 The Raging Ju 2005年1月03日
A last ditch attempt of a comeback by our good friend Joe.
Nate: Hey joe, those socks are not your style.
Joe: Oh ya well, s..s....so.
作者 Nate G. 2005年8月09日
Quite possibly the most overused adverb in the English language, when capitalized.
‘So’ is SO overused.
作者 Victor Van Styn 2005年8月07日
Meaningless; synonym for "Duh."

Often and repeatedly--sometimes incessantly--used by speakers incapable of beginning an idea at its beginning, those seeking to stall for time until a thought congeals, or those desiring a familiar starting point as they venture into the dangerous world of communication.

Beginning each sentence with "so" has been called "using a verbal tee" to enhance one's chances of hitting an idea squarely.
"So when we got to the party I was like 'Oh my God!'"
作者 Strook! 2012年6月20日
n., Acronym - Source of Orgasm. Although "Significant Other" is another, widely used, interpretation, Source of Orgasm really brings it down on the spot.
My SO is joining me for dinner tonight.
作者 Paddy-Whack 2014年6月16日
A word often used in place of a period at the end of a sentence, with the voice trialing off.

It suggests that the speaker thinks that more should be said, but there may be nothing to logically follow it.
Heard on David Letterman in a Rupert Gee episode where a lady off the street ended every sentence with ", so ..." "Where are you from?" "I'm from Cleveland." "What are you doing for a good time in New York?" "We're going to shows and walking around, so ..." "Having fun?" "A lot of fun, so ..."
作者 J.W. Hall 2007年3月21日
An amazing gaming clan based in Maine.
man I hate playing those S.O. guys they really trashed us in clan wars!

wow can you believe that %*#**in S.O. clan beat us like that?
作者 SO_nutcase911 2014年1月07日

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