urban

Definition funny of Alright:

urbana common greeting used by British. Usually used in conjunction with the word "-mate" e.g.

urbanBhan: "Alright Mate" Chod: "Alright"

urbanAn alternate spelling of all right. Although sometimes considered improper English, it is a completely logical contraction. The words altogether and already are similar contractions that are widely accepted.

urbanAlright isn't a word for retards. It'll be a real English word in dictionaries a few years down the road. People that criticize the use of the word "alright" are probably guilty of scores of grammatical errors anyway, like everyone who speaks the English language.

urbanA contraction of "All right": a (usually friendly) British informal greeting, not always accompanied by the word "mate". It can be used (and this is not an exhaustive list) on its own, followed by the word "mate", or followed by a name: this latter usage is usually more friendly than the others, as it implies that you know that person well enough to use their first name in a cheerful and informal greeting. It can also be used when questioning the wellbeing of another. However, this will almost always be preceeded by a word denoting that it is a question, e.g. "you". N.B. If someone passes you and says "Alright", do not respond "Yes". There are a number of accepted responses, such as a simple "Alright", often followed by the person in question's name, the phrase normally spoken in a more assertive tone, as it is a response, not a question.

urban1. Alright mate 2. Alright Alex 3. Alright 4. You alright?

urbansarcastic agreeing to a douche, it is cominly used in situations such as...

songs

Songs about Alright:

songsAll Alright by Zac Brown Band from the Album The Grohl Sessions, Vol. 1

songsAlright Ok by J Moss from the Album Alright Ok

songsAlright by Darius Rucker from the Album Learn To Live [+digital booklet]

songsAlways Alright by Alabama Shakes from the Album Always Alright

songsFeelin' Alright by Joe Cocker from the Album 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of Joe Cocker

songsI'm Alright (Theme from Caddyshack) by Kenny Loggins from the Album The Essential Kenny Loggins

songsThe Kids Aren't Alright (Album Version) by The Offspring from the Album Americana

books

Books about Alright:

booksAlright, Let's Call it a Draw: The Life of John Pryor by Richard J Pryor and John P Pryor (Jul 6, 2012)

booksESSENCE Presents Ledisi Better Than Alright: Finding Peace, Love & Power by Ledisi (Jun 5, 2012)

booksThat's Alright, Elvis: The Untold Story of Elvis' First Guitarist and Manager, Scotty Moore (Classic Rock Albums... by Scotty Moore and James L Dickerson (Jul 1, 1997)

booksBob Dylan and Philosophy: It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Thinking) (Popular Culture and Philosophy) by Peter Vernezze and Carl Porter (Dec 16, 2005)

booksBlue Monday, Vol. 1: The Kids Are Alright (v. 1) by Chyanna Clugston-Major and Chynna Clugston-Major (Mar 27, 2007)

booksIt's Alright: A Truckface Anthology, Volume 1 by LB Briggs (Nov 19, 2013)

booksWhen Pets Die: It's Alright to Grieve by Doris Zagdanski (Aug 30, 2007)

movies

Movies about Alright:

moviesUgly Betty: Season 2 2008 Unrated - Starring: America Ferrera, Eric Mabius, et al.

moviesOver There: Season 1 2005 NR - Runtime: 9 hrs 45 mins Starring: Josh Henderson, Luke Macfarlane, et al. Directed by: Chris Gerolmo, D.J. Caruso, Dean White, et al.

moviesThe Who: The Kids Are Alright 2008 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 49 mins Starring: Roger Daltrey, Rick Danko, et al. Directed by: Jeff Stein

moviesReba: Season 6 2009 NR - Runtime: 4 hrs 29 mins Starring: Reba McEntire, Christopher Rich, et al. Directed by: Christopher Rich, Amanda Bearse, et al.

moviesRnr Hof Feelin' Alright-Sm 2009 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 46 mins

moviesAl Green: Everything's Gonna Be Alright 2004 NR - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: Al Green

moviesAre You Alright? Skateboarding -

wiki

Wiki information Alright:

Alright
Composition

"Alright" is a song by British alternative rock band Supergrass. It was released with "Time" as a double A-side single from their debut album I Should Coco on 3 July 1995. The song is featured in several films including Clueless, The Men Who Stare at...

Alright
Composition, Award-Nominated Work

"Alright" is the fourth single from American R&B and pop singer Janet Jackson's fourth studio album, Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814.