The week before we went over the phrase "hafa tatatmanu hao?" which means "how are you doing?"
When I first took Chamorro language at UOG, my professor was Peter Onedera. He was a master of lists for Chamorro words. His reader for the class had long lists for everything, including two pages on how to say various holidays in Chamorro. One list he had, which I incorporated into my class is about how to respond to the phrase "hafa tatatmanu hao?" When someone asks you, "hafa tatatmanu hao? most people respond, "maolek" or "maolek ha'." But Onedera listed a bunch of creative ways to respond to the question, including plenty of slang phrases. The list was fun and informative since it showed some cute, some deep and some practical aspects of the language.
I've included below some of the answers that you can give if someone asks you that questions. The "todu" of course makes it so that you answer carries the weight of saying that "everything" is like this.
Todu maolek Everything is good
Todu båba Everything is bad
Todu magof Everything is pleasant
Todu triste Everything is sad
Todu mafñot Everything is solid
Todu kallo Everything is flowing
Todu kåyos Everything is kinda rough
Todu makaka Everything is a bit off
Todu kaduku Everything is nuts
Todu chunge’ Everything is gray
Todu palu Everything is so-so
Todu machalapon Everything is all over the place
Todu måffak Everything is going to hell
Todu ñateng Everything is going slowly
Todu dichu kichu Everything is fishy
Todu paire Everything is slamming
Todu mappot Everything is tough
Todu mata’pang Everything is boring
Todu mutong Everything stinks
Mattochihu Life is way too much