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Post #492294

4:15 pm, Aug 27 2011
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Like the title says. Weather it be family or friend how do you say hello?

For me if its my friends its: Yo, Sup, Hows it going and so on.
For family is usually hi, hello for older family but when it comes to the younger ones it the same as how i speak to friends. laugh

Post #492296
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4:29 pm, Aug 27 2011
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Friends: Hey, whatsup?
Older: Hello.
Family: ...

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Post #492297

4:35 pm, Aug 27 2011
Posts: 257

Um... It doesn't matter who it is, what matters is when the last time we properly spoke was..

If it wasn't too long ago and I still feel comfortable with them it can be anything from "Hello" to "Hey" to "Hi" and the like.. Just a general greeting, sometimes followed by their name although not always.

If it has been a long time since I've talked to them or it's someone I've never talked to before then it could be anything but it will definitely be awkward and strange.. I might awkwardly and shyly say hello or just murmur it under my breath, or I might act really strange and talk really oddly on and on and wish I could shut up.. Although if that were to happen there'd be no actual words, just sounds and parts of words..

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Mad With a Hat

4:57 pm, Aug 27 2011
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This type of question is a bit tedious for me to answer,
because I have to think about it in three languages...

It depends a lot on mood and familiarity levels.
I don't feel like elaborating further...

I kinda feel like I've been in this situation already...
A different thread? Dunno... Such a hot day...

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Post #492300 - Reply to (#492298) by NightSwan
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5:15 pm, Aug 27 2011
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Quote from NightSwan
I kinda feel like I've been in this situation already...
A different thread? Dunno... Such a hot day... =greeting
Could this be the thread your thinking of smile

It really all depends on the person and the mood for me. Although i tend to use slang for everyone unless it is business

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his and her sonnet

5:16 pm, Aug 27 2011
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depends on the person
i have lots of russian friends so its "previet"
others "hey" or "hello"

goodbye is either "byebye"
"au revoir"(im not french though haha) ever since we took the count of monte cristo in sixth grade. there was this line "au revoir mercedes, I swore to avenge myself"(or something..) then the teacher broke down in tears(it was hysterical lol) we started repeating the line to tease her but then i just got used to it haha

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5:39 pm, Aug 27 2011
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YO worms!
oh ppl please don´t post on every stupid post (like me) no
and Bitterluv are u on mushrooms dude??

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Post #492370

10:50 pm, Aug 27 2011
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Friends: Yo, Hey, 'Sup...
Family: 'Morining <-- since i only see them in the morining

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Post #492377
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11:41 pm, Aug 27 2011
Posts: 140

Friends: Hey or Yo
Family: assalam to my parents during the mornings
Older: Hi

Post #492381
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The Shorty

11:49 pm, Aug 27 2011
Posts: 330

Hello. Just plain 'Hello'.

Post #492383
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12:06 am, Aug 28 2011
Posts: 284

Friends: "Yo, yo, yo, what up b-boy snake dawg G?" or "What's cracker lacking?" also "What up and ting and ting".

Family: "Hello, how're you?" or "Hey there! how've you been?" also "Hello fam!".

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Post #492386
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12:21 am, Aug 28 2011
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Nice to see you.

That's about it.

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Post #492390
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12:38 am, Aug 28 2011
Posts: 39

i am dominican so its all on spanish...

que lo que (what up?)
en que tu ta? (watcha doin?)
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Inactive Phantom

12:38 am, Aug 28 2011
Posts: 1078

To a friend, IRL;

On the phone it's usually;
"Hey, wassup?"

Post #492397
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the happiest thing

1:00 am, Aug 28 2011
Posts: 137

I usually skip the hello's and whatnot.

To my friends, whenever I see them I would probably start with screaming their name and waving my hands, probably followed by a hug ^^ my family....I just start talking. No need to be formal with them laugh
Especially not my sister bigrazz

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