Cher Origin: Singlish – an abbreviated way of calling a teacher “Cher” is used as a short form and informal way of calling a teacher. It is considered to be a friendly and affectionate name to call your teacher provided he/she is not the stern kind.
Can anot? Origin: Singlish – a phrase to ask someone for an opinion. “Can anot” is often used to asked someone for an opinion. It is also often used as a phrase in this manner: “Like that, can anot??”
CSB Origin: Acronym/Internet Slang – CSB stands for “Cool Story Bro” CSB is usually used in online forums often as a a reply to someone who had started a thread telling a tall tale or a cock and bull story.
Cock Hair Origin: Army Lingo – literally means pubic hair as well as a loose thread on the army uniform The phrase “Cock Hair” is used in the Army by Instructors/Sergeants. It is used in scenarios where the Sergeant inspects the uniform of a soldier and found a loose thread on/dangling on their uniform. I […]
Chao Origin: Hokkien – This word literally means smelly. Chao simply means smelly and it is such a versatile word that can be strung with other hokkien and even english words to form an expression.
Catch No Ball Origin: English, Singlish, Hokkien Catch no ball literally means that one cannot understand what the other is saying. It is also commonly used in its Hokkien form “Liak Bo Kiu”