A Current Guide To Youth Slang

A Current Guide To Youth Slang

A Current Guide To Youth Slang

Every generation, or so, there comes a need to come out with a guide so that the older generations can understand what the hell the younger generations are saying in their slang. We’ve reached that time again, and a new variety of definitions has been released. Hope this helps you out!

Bet- “Bet” is used when you’re in agreement with something. If someone makes plans and you say “bet,” that means you are confirming said plan.

Fam – Technically shortened from the word “family,” but it’s not used to describe your mom, dad or sister. “Fam” is used to describe people in your life who you’re close with: your good friends, your ride or dies, your homies.

Flewed- You’ll most likely hear this when someone is bragging about getting “flewed out.” It means that someone got flown out (hopefully on an aircraft of some kind) to a place.

Get a bag- A bag refers to money. So, to get a bag or even secure a bag means that you are acquiring money.

No cap- Basically means no lie.

Okurrr – A word made popular by pop icon Cardi B who defines it as something that is said to affirm when someone is being put in their place.

Out of pocket- To be out of pocket or to say something that’s out of pocket means that something is disorderly.

Stan- A stan is a fan. But like a super-obsessed fan.

Tea – If you’re “sipping your tea,” it means that you’re minding your own business.

Thirsty- No, no it doesn’t mean someone is parched. “Thirsty” is used to describe desperation.

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