Wildly enrages. Moreover, the term is not a year, not two or ten. You can also remember the jungleists who loved to chant "Hype!" on the dance floor :) Now around the very term "hype" there is such a hype that it causes almost physiological disgust
No, it doesn't enrage, the hype period will pass. Think of the same swag, for example. It disappeared from everyday life in a year or two, so the HYIP won't last long.
Yes, yes, and yes again. This is simply impossible, this word is shoved wherever they go. As a result, you are so fed up with this neologism that you are drawn to puke from it. It is used by everyone, all the time and it is not clear why. Especially often teenagers and very children do this. It is strummed in your ears 24/7, and moreover, it essentially makes no sense, except for cheap fame and cultized blackmail.
It is a little annoying due to the fact that "hype" is beginning to denote a certain culture, which consists of rappers and video bloggers. What is now called HYIP, in principle, has always existed, it's just an incorrect Russification of the word itself, which crept up at some particular time. That is why, what is happening now in culture can be called "The era of hype in Russia." sound ". It turns out that hype turns out to be quite a universal thing, and it appeared long before the second half of the 10s. And the word “hype” itself rather means “excitement”, and if it had been used somewhere in the 2000s .. . "Pugacheva divorced Kirkorov - HYIP", "Zemfira released a new album - HYIP", "Avatar - HYIP" has been released, "Barack Obama became president - HYIP", and you can go on forever!
What I want to convey this. "Hype" in Russian-speaking countries is a kind of epoch-making phenomenon, a general designation of a mainstream cultural movement, while in the West it is the most common word that means almost everyday phenomena. Hype is a beautiful generalization of what is happening in the modern culture of the country, and this is precisely where the problems arise: it has become too attached to rappers, bloggers, has become somewhat household name, and it is somehow strange to use it in ordinary conversation. let it be.