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We Can't Stop Watching Newscasters Awkwardly Using Slang Like 'Gucci,' 'Okurr'
But Toledo station WTOL's cringe spectacle is worth every lame reference.
Seth Meyers Zings Fox News With Thanksgiving Teen Slang Explainer
The "Late Night" host revealed what "Fox Snooze" now apparently means.
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Seth Meyers Unscrambles Teen Slang, Reveals What 'Barack Obama' Now Really Means
The "Late Night" host is keeping up with the kids.
Seth Meyers Deciphers New Teen Slang To Reveal What 'Ivanka' Really Means
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13 Important Teen Texting Terms Decoded For Middle-Aged Parents
When your kid texts '143,' should you be alarmed?
Grandparents Hilariously Struggle To Define 'Netflix And Chill'
It's nothing like it sounds.
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10 Popular Internet Slang Terms Decoded For Middle-Age Parents
You may have once been groovy, but today you are lit -- got it?
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ARTS & CULTURE
Breaking: Teen Talk Is Totally Not Ruining Language
Acronyms and filler words are nothing new, says "Teen Talk" author Sali Tagliamonte.
14 Teen Slang Terms Decoded For Middle-Age Parents
Just FYI, LOL doesn't mean "lots of love."
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'Phuc Dat Bich' Facebook Name Complaint Reportedly A Hoax (CORRECTED)
The man originally claimed that he was been banned from the site for being named ... well, you know by now.
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12 Words Black People Invented, And White People Killed
Let's not forget to give credit where credit is due.
Super Cool Hip Teen Slang Updated For Boring Adults Like Yourself
You do want to be a cool adult, right?
CULTURE & ARTS
Remember Beeper Speak? Teens Have Always Been The Ones Inventing New Language Trends
A more likely scenario: emojis will be around for as long as their platform is, adding fun flavor to texts. In the unlikely
Teen Slang: Young Women Drive Widespread Changes In Language
Though no one is quite sure why women are at the forefront of language change, researchers have uncovered some reasons for
2012 Word Trends -- So, Like and WhaaAAAaahhhh-T?
With uncanny adroitness, my husband and I bantered in perfect 2012 lingo. And with no Gen Xers or millennials in the vicinity to ridicule my retro-linguistics, I'll tell you (and don't tell the children), it was a totally tubular moment.
Teen Slang: Are Young People Reinventing English?
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