"Dar" in French??
So I follow quite a few French people on twitter, and the one phrase that I see all the time is "c'etait dar". Maybe I'm being really stupid, in fact I probably am, but I've never come across 'dar' before and i was wondering if someone could tell me what it means? Thank You!
It's not mainstream French, but it seems to fit into the same category as English "cool", "hot", "nice", said of a party, event, place or person.
There are quite a few " ... c'etait trop cool ... ", " ... c'etait trop simpa ... ", " ... c'etait trop dar ... " talking about the same party / event / place, and other references to men/women being " ... trop dar ... " ("hot", "fit").
Fr. "trop ... " anything is a way of turning the adjective into a superlative. So "trop chaud" doesn't always mean too hot temperature wise, it can mean "really hot!".
That is the sort of idea I got from the context of the tweets I was seeing- nice to finally have it confirmed, thank you!