It is literally the most versatile word in the english language.
You use this word when you are struggling to find the appropriate word, when you think the appropriate word might be too harsh, when you are trying to convey the grandeur of some event, and whenever you want to spice up the conversation a little.
You can never overuse "sauce"
Origins: This use of "sauce" is thought to have originated in Colorado and spread throughout the United States through extensive use by T2.
Jimbo: Yeah, well your face is beat-sauce so shut the f@#$ up, Jeeves.
Martha: (talking about season finale of The O.C.) I can't believe it! Marissa is totally dead-sauce!
Gerald: Yeah man. She was totally hot-sauce.
--sauce is possibly the best suffix ever. whatttt.
is a suffix that can be added to the end of any word, but usually added to the end of words that express emotion. It merely adds a more friendly and silly presence to the word and is not to be used in any formal situation.
***Usually, there is NO hyphen between the word and -sauce, but for the purposes of Urban Dictionary it had to be added to submit the entry.
That was sweet-sauce!! (sweet)
I'm feeling quite blah-sauce :( . (blah)
That movie was scary-sauce! (scary)
I just had surgery and I'm feeling icky-sauce. (icky)
I'm going to sauce Stacy later.
I sauced everywhere....even on her face.
Ahhh.... it feels so good to be saucing