With the rise of social media, it is no longer a surprise that different generations have created multiple slang words that sometimes are very hard to decipher if we really are not in the loop. That, everyone, is what we are going to talk about: the meaning of various TikTok slang words and phrases.
The phrase that we have today is “chupapi munyayo” or “chupapi muñañyo”.
What is the meaning of ‘chupapi muñañyo”?
The phrase is said to come from the Spanish language with “chupa” meaning “to suck a d*ck” and “papi” meaning “papa” or “father”. “Munyayo” or “muñañyo” now means “come on!” However, many Spanish speakers say that word might just be gibberish since it does not really have a direct Spanish to English translation.
So, simply put, “chupapi muñañyo” can be attributed to those three words, but since its real meaning has never really been proven, then it essentially does not mean anything.
Where did ‘chupapi muñañyo’ come from?
Before going to the origin of the phrase, many have already debated what the real spelling of the word really is. The TikTok user who made the word popular posted a video to inform his viewers what spelling should be used. He used a combination of “munyayo” and “muñaño” and settled on “muñañyo”.
Obviously, the word is fairly new and it was said to enter the social media platform in July of 2020 when user @jaykindafunny8 used it in one of his videos. In the video, he went through a restaurant’s drive-thru and ordered an ice cream cone. After receiving his ice cream, he smacked it on to his forehead and said the word “muñañyo”.
The phrase is now popularly used in prank videos wherein @jaykindafunny8 sneaks up on people and repeatedly says “muñañyo” even when the person he is talking to does not have any clue what the word means.