New Slang Words Helping Us Stay in the Know
I heard a new slang term yesterday and was instantly bewildered, I had never heard it before. "yeet".....
I guess this means to throw something at a fast rate or can even replace the term "word". Have you heard it before? With that in mind, what new slang terms have you heard?
Here are a few newer ones we found:
- "sippin' tea" means spilling the gossip.
- " Slay" means to excel" at something.
- "High-Key" the opposite of being "Low-Key".
- "Hundo P" according to goodhousekeeping.com This means 100%. That's it. Use it instead of "of course" or "definitely."
- "Jomo" this is the opposite of "FOMO" which is the fear of missing out and now this is the "Joy of Missing Out"
We also posted on Facebook and got a few clever and funny answers. Nicole says her son says " Bet" as in ok? Trying to keep in the know with the fresh slang can be hard but thankfully we have the urban dictionary.