I completely don't understand what this star's line means, even though the words are simple.
sup my homeslice? harvard jv field hockey is da bomb...
What does da mean?
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'sup? abbreviation of "What is up?"; "What is happening?"
homeslice: friend; variant of "homes", "homey", "homebrother", originally implying someone from your neighborhood "home", but now simply slang for "buddy."
da bomb: 'da' = 'the' so 'the bomb'; something really good.
jv: Junior Varsity, the team below Varsity, usually composed of anyone who wants to play rather than players selected by the coach for performance.
So my translation would be:
What is happening, friend? Harvard Junior Varsity field hockey is really good.
So stitching up all this translates as:
What's up mate ? The Harvard Junior Varsity Field Hockey team is the bomb!