Derived from the french "on y va," which means "let's go," "on y vizzle" is a term originating in the echo park region of los angeles, california, among french speaking hipsters as a sarcastic fusion of respectable european culture and the snoop dialect of english, simply translated to mean "let's go".
Serge: "Truffaut and the Nouvelle Vague" are at the echo right now!
Paul: On y vizzle!
a mash-up of fantastic and majestic.
girl: good news, i'm not on fire.
any living thing. kitten can be used as an affectionate exclamation in recognition of any perception of a living thing.
a friend brings over their new puppy, immediately as they walk into the door, resident exclaims,
while watching a movie, a bear appears, viewer exclaims,
a dear friend enters the room, they are greeted,
while walking down the street, a cochroach crawls by, observer exclames,
(note: typically kitten refers to animals that are considered to be somewhat cute, however, in some cases, kitten can be used to refer to less cute animals as an attempt at humor.)