What is the meaning of SUP in chat?

What is the meaning of SUP in chat?

How are you

What is SUP short for?

SUP is an acronym that’s short for, Stand Up Paddle Boarding. The SUP acronym is commonly mistaken for the term cool people use to greet each other (sup, man?). However, SUP is actually a trending water sport that people of all ages, shapes and sizes enjoy.

What does it mean to sup with someone?

Definition of sup (Entry 5 of 5) US. —used as an informal greeting equivalent to “What’s up?” [

How do you respond to sup?

As a greeting: “What’s up?” or here (West Midlands of England) commonly just “sup” is a general greeting, you can response with answers like “Not much”, “Nothing”, “Alright” etc. In this context, the response is just a return of the greeting, or a confirmation that all is going normally.

What does SUPing mean?

stand up paddle surfing

Is it suped up or souped up?

Suped-up and sooped-up are are just misspellings. The expression is AmE in origin and it most likely derives from supercharge: As World Wide Words notes: Souped-up is known both in the UK and the US and was actually created in the latter country.

Why is sup so popular?

Great Low Impact Sport: Many people of all ages are looking for exercise that is fun and fulfilling without all the pounding and strain on their bodies. SUP provides exactly that, a low impact cardio workout with incredible benefits for the core, back, arms and legs.

What is the best reply for SSUP?

17 Quick & Easy Replies for What’s Up or ssup

  • “Bitcoins”.
  • “It’s my blood pressure.”
  • “Nothing much!”
  • “My debts”
  • “What do you think?”
  • “You know better.”
  • “It’s good, nothing great.”
  • “Just regular life and people.”

How do you respond to sup in a flirty way?

Flirty Responses to “How Are You”

  1. I feel all the better now that you asked me.
  2. Everything is fine with you around.
  3. Right now, I’m on my way to paving a path to your heart.
  4. I’m single and ready to mingle!
  5. Thank god you finally noticed me!
  6. I have never been so strong.
  7. How is your favorite person doing today?! (Hahaha.

Andrew

Andrey is a coach, sports writer and editor. He is mainly involved in weightlifting. He also edits and writes articles for the IronSet blog where he shares his experiences. Andrey knows everything from warm-up to hard workout.