When we say sentences like 'Walk much?' we shorten 'Do you walk much?'
VERB + much
ADJECTIVE + much
NOUN + much
ADJECTIVE and NOUN + much
Off message much?
an unconditional an infinite amount of love.
A word only reffering to the unconditional amount of love a person can feel.
Denny, I love you muches.
Used on the end of adjectives to make retarded sentences.
If you want to sound like you're a conformist then go ahead. OR you could sound like you're from a modern age with advanced people (yes even the prostitutes) then, you probably should just leave it alone.
Questions can be abbreviated to a single noun usually abstract followed by the word "much"
Vince buys a new car and rocks up to his friends place and says "Do you like my new wheels? "Jealous much?"
Vince: Dude, I just saw my ex girlfriend with another guy..
Dan: Ohhhh man! Awkward much?
Vince: Cigarette much?
Dan: Yeah man, im really keen for one.
Vince: What are you up to tonight? Work much?
Dan: Yeah man... Its pretty lame!
Used at the end of a sentence, as if to confirm something that you already know. Often used in a playfully disrespectful way. Can also be used in a similar way to adding 'not' to the end of a sentence.
A: (says insult)
A: Wow, over reaction much (?)
A: What's 1+1?
B: Haha, Genius much (?)