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F’tchou! It’s a noise you can use to mean whatever you want. It’s a sound. It’s a placeholder for whatever word you can’t think of. Chills McGillicutty means it’s cold outside. It’s freezin’ outside; it’s chills McGillicutty. The ushe is short for “the usual.” Same thing, different day, it’s “the ushe.” Same coffee order, different day, it’s “the ushe.” Same work, different day; same relationship, same money, same feeling: it’s “the ushe.” “How you doin’?” “The ushe.” Someone gets the same vanilla latte every day, it’s “the ushe.”

Kayleen Konold | Age: 21 | Occupation: Barista | Lives in: University Heights

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