- What was meant by the OP in https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/268152/what-is-the-origin-of-best-boyfriend-ever
“What can I say but :/ omg deez nuts.”
- What is meant by "Deez nuts ain't loyal"?
The bounty is helping, thanks to all for contributions so far.
is used as a ribald non-sequitur -- that is how it has been used by my pre-teen son. Since he has echolalia (a symptom of Tourette Syndrome), there are a number of words and phrases he repeats that have no particular meaning. Ribald I already knew. I also knew my son uses the phrase as a non sequitur. Is it a non sequitur for others, too?
I'd like to understand under what circumstances people say or write it, and what message or tone or something they are expressing when they say it. I'm sorry if this is obvious to others.
More progress (8/30): Q1 -- It turns out that the OP was just writing a list of annoying modern slang expressions, so that thread is not going to help me understand under what circumstances the phrase is used, and what it is intended to express.
Maybe this will help folks understand the question: I've never seen or heard a conversation that included someone saying "These testicles", so just reminding me that that's what "deez nuts" represents doesn't answer the question.
I think it would help to read some sample situations with annotated dialogue containing "Deez nuts". Anyone?
Or do I need to write a new question?
-- Edit upon awarding the bounty --
I still don't understand it, but now I see that there is nothing to understand. Sigh. Thanks, everyone.