I have my teenager at home this week so I have seized the opportunity to compile a dictionary of ‘teen speak’ .
So I can understand what the heckins she and her friends are on about. I thought I’d share it with you all so you can use it at the next parent’s evening.
You’re welcome 🙂
= let it go
as in, “The teacher said your school report was not great, but I have decided to allow it.”
= used in any slightly uncomfortable situation as in, “The dads versus teachers race at Sport’s Day was awkward.”
as in, “Kidstart
have bare good offers.”
as in, “No Charlie, your sister is not butters.”
as in, “An account with Kidstart saves you lots of dolla.”
as in Kidstart allow you make savings for the whole fam.”
= bad times
as in, “I lost my job, then got splashed by a passing bus, then broke my leg; peak times.”
= good looking
as in, “The PE teacher was bare peng”.
as in, “The head of Year three is bare piff.”
= cool, alright
as in “These offers from Kidstart are safe.”
= really good
as in, “Look at these sick offers from Kidstart.”
= waste of space
, idiotic person as in “Charlie dropped his popcorn all over the cinema floor. What a waste man.”
= what’s going on gangster?
as in, “Welcome home from school children. Now, whagwan my lil Gs?”
= you only live once
as in, “I only have £1 left but I really want that chocolate bar. Oh well, I’m going to buy it anyway. YOLO.”
Got any to add? That would be safe.
Eyes wide open?