Slang is getting out of control. However, the main perpetrators aren’t the teens who coin these strange terms—it’s the twenty-five-and-over’s who adopt teen slang as if they’re still young enough to say things like “turnt” and “bae.” And don’t get us talking about poor spelling. If you have a car payment and live on your own, you shouldn’t be spelling “though” as “doe.” So, without further ado, here are 10 words you’re too old to keep saying. #sorrynotsorry
As in “before anyone else.” It’s also the Danish word for poop. So, that’s nice.
As in “Basic B*tch,” used to describe white chicks who are average. OMG you guys, I can’t even! I’m so basic! But no one should be proud to own uggs. No one.
3. Friend zone.
The reason you’re still single is probably because you still believe that the friend zone is a viable thing. Just stop.
“That hoe over there.” Calling girls Thots or Thotties is probably another reason why you’re still single.
Undermining an intense emotion. I low-key want to marry this slice of pizza. You low-key need to stop using the term “low-key.”
Past tense of “turn up!” Be honest, when was the last time you got turnt?
You Only Live Once. Except YOLO itself, which just keeps coming back.
This/That/Though. Since when did it become lame to spell correctly?
Destroyed. Example: Rekt needs to get rekt.
On point; commonly refers to eyebrows. Eyebrows are on fleek. Seriously, have you ever heard a thirty-year-old say “fleek”? It’s definitely not on fleek.
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