- Is Yup sarcastic?
- Is the word Yup rude?
- What is the meaning of YUPP?
- How do I reply to yup?
- Who uses the word Yup?
- What is Yup And nope?
“Yup”, on the other hand, is slow, perhaps drawling. It is likely a response to an informational query and shows that you may not be totally pleased with having to answer. In some cases, it may contain sarcasm in response to an obvious question or overly inquisitive interrogator.
No. It is just a variant of “yes”. In some regions, more people say “yup” than say “yes”. Those are not rude or impatient people.
yesBritish Dictionary definitions for yup yup. / (jʌp) / sentence substitute. an informal word for yes.
Here’s what’s actually insufferable: your ego is so extreme that you’re unaware that “yup” literally predates you. Not only is yup a simple regional variation with yep, yup dates to 1906 in Century Magazine. The proper response to “Thank you” is: “You’re welcome.” Also acceptable and a bit warmer is, “My Pleasure.”
As far as “regional dispersion” goes, yup is certainly widely used in Britain. In the US, I’d consider “yup” to be rural, but not necessarily attached to a particular culture. @DeltaEnfieldWaid Yes is the same word as yea which is the same in Germanic.
Nope and yup are just informal ways to say “no” and “yes”. They are usually seen as friendlier alternatives. You should use them anytime you want a friendlier nature to come out in your voice, however it’s one of those things that comes with experience in the language.