W/E and wutever are common when people are arguing over some knowledge subject online, and one person is being particularly pushy about his opinion.
Examples of W/E usage:
- (User 1) No, I was saying that remolded tires are not the same as retreads.
- (User 2) Dude, they're both made of old tires with rubber glued onto them.
- (User 1) That's not precisely true. Remolded tires use a different baking process to have the tread fused *around* the sidewall, while retreads are fused onto the face.
- (User 2) W/E.
The W/E expression, like many cultural curiousities of the Internet, is a part of modern English communication.
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