YOLO

YOLO

[yoh-loh] Slang.
interjection
1.
You only live once! (used especially to rationalize impulsive or reckless behavior): I bought those expensive shoes I've been eying—YOLO!
verb (used without object)
2.
to engage in impulsive or reckless behavior with this sort of rationalization: We’ve been YOLOing all night.

Origin:
1995–2000; but popularized by the Canadian rapper Drake in his song “The Motto”

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