This Is What “Doot” Means In Connecticut
In the eighth episode of The Slang Show, Conner Youngblood schools us on some Eastern seaboard lingo.
Video Scott Perry, Rob Semmer, Sam Balaban
February 01, 2016
Conner Youngblood is from Dallas but when he stopped by The FADER offices recently, he came through with a word he traces to the Northeast, where he went to college. "Doot," he explained, is a cute and short synonym for "weak sauce." But it's not just a word—it's also a facial expression. "You can make a face that's a doot face," Youngblood says, before demonstrating how to contort your face accordingly.
Watch the eighth installment of The Slang Show to find out what "doot" means in Connecticut, and stay tuned to The FADER for more on your favorite artists' favorite colloquialisms.