Cracking the Code on Gen Z Slang: Slaps, Vibes, Bet, and Other Terms Your Kids Are Saying :: Comments

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Excerpt: Need to talk to your kids but can't understand what they're saying? Need a guide to Gen Z slang and lingo? We've got the definitions to "cap," "simp," "sus," and so many more!

JaneWW

You forgot "On' God!" Which has basically "OMG". My students say it all the time. "On'God this work is too hard." "On' God I am so hungry. On' God" "If you don't back off, on' God!"

merza

You, unfortunately, have "ligma" wrong. Ligma is the blending of "lick my," but the full definition is "lick my [balls]." So, using your example, if you ask if someone is at home sick and the person says he has ligma, they're either telling you to mind your own business or they're saying he has a fictional illness where he wants people to cater to him or he just doesn't care. This term is similar to "deeznuts," which literally means "these nuts." Deeznuts can be used in place of another noun/subject to convey " none of your business" or is said as a joking term. It was inspired by an only commercial for peanuts where they said "dees nuts." Ex: Q:"what did you bring for lunch?" A: "Deeznuts" That could mean none of your business, I've got nothing, or something equal to "kiss my ass."

Jaiden

Ok boomer

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