An icebreaker. A phrase questioning the presence of active individuals
in any given situation
and/or conversation. It can be used
to verbally examine "who" is AT a specific place, state of mind, or if they ARE there
. It is essential for one to understand that "who" is not a single person, but is more
or less, referred to as a specific group
of people that are often considered to be a whole. It can be used
when someone knocks on your front door, or simply
is an unexplained radio silence between
you and your friends
message or WhatsApp. The primary use in a group text
is to stimulate conversation. You can always count on "Who we got?" to bring you the answers in any state of social confusion.
Philip: "Oh, who we got!"
Harrison: That is my friend
Benjamin, I was expecting him.
**Group text message**
Steve: "That was a funny joke David!" (posted over two hours ago)
Steve: "Who we got?" (posted a minute ago)
Jake: We have
of people!" (posted 2 minutes ago)
Alex: "I'm here!" (posted 2 minutes ago)
David: "Me too!" (posted 3 minutes ago)