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OLD SLANG WORDS 2000 – AMERICAN SLANGS| 2020

AMERICAN SLANG

Intro  | Slang | Casual American slangs

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AMERICAN SLANG

Intro  | Slang | Casual American slangs

OLD SLANG WORDS 2000

Salty – seems irritated

It sort of blows my mind. Or tickles my brain. Children say it like it’s brand new, but I retain obtaining 7 in 2002 and saying phrases like “I’m salty. I thought that presentation was for me.” or “Haha Salty balls!” or “Man, I know she salty. Someone took her headphones.”

It meant the same thing it does now, but we never pronounced the “t.” We always said it like “Sawdy.”

I’m certain teens (mostly in black American culture) have been using salty as a word for being butthurt or embarrassed for about ten years. Perhaps 20. It was about in the early 2000s, but I think it started in the mid/late ’90s.

Because I’ve used that word as slang for most of my life, it’s just so weird that the name has randomly increased popularity only in the past like five years.

Clutch – something done well on crucial situation

I am not that old. I’m only 22, but I do know that clutch is not a new slang word. It’s been around since the 1970s, I think. Back then, it meant something was perfect or handled. So like. “I’ll have the paper done by tomorrow. I’m clutch.”

Like you had a good handle on the situation. I’m not completely certain if it’s still used to mean it that way, but I know it’s not new slang.

Dope – can be a fool or excellent or doping means using drugs for sports person

Not new. This word is just dribbling with 90s vibes. I believe it was popularized in the late 80s? And gained popularity through the 90s and up to the early 2000s. Then it just vanished, and now it looks like it made a serious comeback. But the time between the first time it had been “played out” (around 2007 or something, I suppose?) and when it regained popularity is so small that I can not say it matters anyway.

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Yas: means “yes,” but usually really drawn out. yaaaas!

Queen: we all know what this means, but it’s been given new life recently. Yas queen, slay!

Mom: people affectionately ask those they admire (typically celebs) as their mom. Usually found in the form of someone replying to a celeb’s tweet or commenting on their Instagram picture, and often just the one word (“mom”)

Dub: not to be confused with “dab”! It’s short for W, which stands for “win.” The opposite is L for “loss.” You usually would say you “took” it. I just took a significant dub on that test. Or I didn’t desire to study, so I’ll take the L.

RT stands for “retweet.” If someone says something you’ll relate to, you’ll say “RT” to point out you commiserate. “Retweet” works too. Sometimes I say RFT; you can guess what the F is for.

Fire: if something is “fire,” it’s incredible.

Dank: similar to “fire.”

Loud: if you hear your child tell their friend, “yo, you bought that loud doe?” they’re not talking about volume. If they smell like skunk subsequent time they are available home, consider having a drug intervention.

Doe: “though.” I got you.

Iconic: not as mainstream as a number of the others on here, but still pretty popular. It’s been made famous by Internet character Joanne the Scammer.

Messy: Joanne, the Scammer, is what the kids would call (sorry, I had to) a “messy bitch.” It’s an affectionate thing to say, though—in the context, it can be a little endearing. It’s not something you’d use as an insult.

Petty: another standard word that’s been revitalized. A girl who goes through her guy’s phone is being petty.

Squad: clique. Squad goals!

Fam: a term of affection; short for “family.” It can be used to address a group or just one person. Oh it’s lit, fam

Bruh: bro. You mad, bruh?

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CASUAL AMERICAN SLANGS

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CASUAL SLANGS

What a foreigner has to understand about the USA is that it is a country of 30 CRORE people and geographically, one of the largest in the world. In addition to that, there is a wide variety of cultures (either native-born or recently emigrated into) that live there. Without the exception of “Yeah,” “OK,” and “Cool,” there is no national slang. It depends so much on the individual’s societal and geographic distinctions. But here’s my attempt to try to show the most common terms:

  1. OK (the universal word)
  2. Hot. A term used for a very physically attractive person, man, or woman. “That is a hot chick.”
  3. Dude. This means several things at once. It is a slang method of indicating the person you are referring to is a man. It is also an interjection, an affirmation of your feelings about a particular person, thing, or idea. “Dude…did you see that?”.
  4. Sick. This means “really, or exceptionally good.” “That’s a SICK car!”
  5. Bad. (this one is significant, failure to get this concept can make life unnecessarily enjoyable). Sometimes “bad” actually means “good,” it depends on the context and the inflection(expression) used in conversation, “Those are bad kicks (sneakers, tennis shoes). I love them”.
  6. Badass. (see above). It is a term used when something is extraordinary in a positive sense. “That movie is badass.”
  7. Cool. I think this one is kind of universal.

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HERE ARE FEW:

  1. does one want rice or SPUDS for dinner? (potatoes)
  2. The citizens made a BIG STINK about the new nuclear power station. (big issue)
  3. I always seem to have a BLIMP sitting next to me when I travel. (obese person)
  4. Put the HAMMER to the ground, or we’ll be late for the marriage.

(accelerator)

  1. I haven’t seen a FLICK for a long time.

(movie)

  1. Don’t KNOCK it if you cannot roll in the hay any better.

(criticize)

  1. How did you get the road sign? I COPPED it.

(stole)

  1. that was a CHINTZY present you bought him.

(cheap)

  1. It’s OK. Don’t get so BENT.

(angry)

  1. There sure were tons of RACKET outside last night. (noise)
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