URSAI

You Are Such An Idiot

(pronounced: your-say)

An overt way of putting someone down to their face if they don't know what the acronym means. URSAI is meant to sound like "your say" and rhyme with "you don't say" and said sarcastically after a person makes a remark. For example, the alpha geek finishes explaining something idiotic and you look at him with great interest and say "URSAI" and he says "What?" and you say "Oh, I meant you don't say..." and nod your head as if you're agreeing with him.

An acronym used primarily in texting, online chat, instant messaging, e-mail, blogs, and newsgroup postings, it is also considered a form of online jargon or text message shorthand.

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See also : IAK  ID10T  acronym  leetspeak  shorthand  
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