Irish potato famine: *happens*
All of Ireland: "Bruh..."
1850's? In the age of slavery? That makes "bruh" a racist word. We can't use it anymore.
Why were there any before like 2017?
@watson12343, I live in "surf city" and I gotta say fvck those meth heads (literally had a meth lab blow up down the Block and they were all local surfers and users) the also called me fàggot for walking my white dog in a white shirt. to be fair it's a labradoodle because I love labs but have allergies and was very white. however I never knew having a white furred dog because of allergies made you gay.
@Runnin with scissors, now you know, though, so make sure that next time you go out, you paint your dog black.
@watson12343, no, they use the completely different 'brah'
@Runnin with scissors, one of us one of us
And how is this being measured?
@Empshok, the Google NGRAM Viewer. It’s a tool that indicates the usage of a word in literature.
*obvious bruh comment*
@injit, talk about a bruh moment