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Aside from understanding what your teen is talking about, knowing the latest lingo that teens use to describe their dating experiences is useful knowledge for parents. Not only does it provide insight into what is happening in your teen’s life, but it also equips you with the background information you need to share helpful advice. Making Sense of Teen Dating Lingo: Ghosting, DTR, and More. Fact checked by Emily Swaim. 5 Ways to Help Your Teen Navigate Social Media During a Breakup.

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The word is actually nothing new — in fact, the earliest known definition for “simp”. If it feels like you need a translator to talk with your teenager, you’re not alone. Between all the shooks, lits, fires and fams, parents often get lost. Here’s a guide to understanding teen slang. Fun and Harmless Teenage Slang Teen slang allows our kids to communicate in a fun, interesting way among themselves.

It gives them a sense of independence and individuality. This type of communication is often second nature and many teens don’t even notice the differences in their conversations. This is the new world of teen dating, and it can be almost unrecognizable to many parents.

Long gone is the tradition where a boy phones a girl on Tuesday to ask her out for Saturday, picks her up at her house, meets the parents, pays for dinner and a show, and sees her home. “That’s just in the movies,” says Brett, 14, of Aurora, Ont. Definition: Obviously, teens have the last say when it comes to setting trends. No one is more wary of something that may be phony, or shitty, or lame than teens. So, in order to confirm if. The English language is constantly evolving, and the last 10 years have been no exception.

Throughout the 2010s, we’ve seen a slew of new slang words that you might say are on fleek.We’re not trying to mansplain the last decade of slang to any wordies out there, but if you’re still confused about what the kids are saying these days, have no fear. We’re breaking down 2010s slang with 100 words. So we’re here to help you learn 33 acronyms floating around.

Behold, the DoMA (Dictionary Of Modern Abbreviations): Note: One major difference between the out-of-style acronyms of 10 years ago and the new, hip ones is that acronyms are no longer always used in place of the words they stand for.

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Most teens would just call it dating, although teens might also say they’re “talking to” or “hanging out with” another teen they’re casually dating (although both can also have entirely casual, friendly connotations).

“My Teen Has Had Sex, Now What Do I Do?” by Ph.D., Maureen Lyon, Maureen Lyon, Ph.d., Christina Antoniades
from My Teen Has Had Sex, Now What Do I Do?
by Ph.D., Maureen Lyon, Maureen Lyon, Ph.d., Christina Antoniades
Fair Winds Press, 2009

Dating teens obtained playful, independent experience with intimacy, often including kissing and touching but rarely including intercourse.

“The Gender of Sexuality” by Pepper Schwartz, Virginia Rutter
from The Gender of Sexuality
by Pepper Schwartz, Virginia Rutter
Pine Forge Press, 1998

Given that teens have been the developers and shapers of contemporary youth dating culture (Trudell 1993), it makes sense that they would quickly put new media to use in the service of their romantic pursuits.

“Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out: Kids Living and Learning with New Media” by Mizuko Ito, Sonja Baumer, Matteo Bittanti, danah boyd, Rachel Cody, Becky Herr Stephenson, Heather A. Horst, Patricia G. Lange, Dilan Mahendran, Katynka Z. Martínez, C. J. Pascoe, Dan Perkel, Laura Robinson, Christo Sims, Lisa Tripp, Judd Antin, Megan Finn, Arthur Law, Annie Manion, Sarai Mitnick, David Schlossberg, Sarita Yardi
from Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out: Kids Living and Learning with New Media
by Mizuko Ito, Sonja Baumer, et. al.
MIT Press, 2019

In a study on the use of slang terminology among students at the University of North Carolina from the 1970s to 1990s, Eble found the term “hooking up,” defined as “to find a partner for romance or sex” or “to kiss passionately,” to be commonly used since the mid-1980s.

“Hooking Up: Sex, Dating, and Relationships on Campus” by Kathleen A. Bogle
from Hooking Up: Sex, Dating, and Relationships on Campus
by Kathleen A. Bogle
NYU Press, 2008

If teenagers use slang that you don’t understand, ask what they mean.

“Psychiatry P. R. N” by Specialty Doctor in Learning Disabilities Sarah Stringer, Laurence Church, Roxanne Keynejad, Consultant Psychiatrist Juliet Hurn, Clinical Research Training Fellow and St4 Higher Trainee in General Adult Psychiatry Roxanne Keynejad
from Psychiatry P. R. N
by Specialty Doctor in Learning Disabilities Sarah Stringer, Laurence Church, et. al.
Oxford University Press, 2020

Teenagers always use a slang vocabulary of their own in order to exclude adults.

“Fundamentals of Game Design: Fundamentals of Game Design_2” by Ernest Adams
from Fundamentals of Game Design: Fundamentals of Game Design_2
by Ernest Adams
Pearson Education, 2010

Teens spend a considerable amount of time either dating or thinking about dating.

“Introduction to Recreation and Leisure” by Human Kinetics
from Introduction to Recreation and Leisure
by Human Kinetics
Human Kinetics, 2013

Teens move from palling around with “buds” into the world of flirting, romance, and dating.

“Boundaries with Teens: When to Say Yes, How to Say No” by John Townsend
from Boundaries with Teens: When to Say Yes, How to Say No
by John Townsend
Zondervan, 2009

The majority of adolescents use text messages to set up dates and to flirt.

“International encyclopedia of adolescence: A-J, index” by Jeffrey Jensen Arnett
from International encyclopedia of adolescence: A-J, index
by Jeffrey Jensen Arnett
Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2007

Clarify the meaning of jargon or slang that the teen uses, but do not use these words yourself, as the teen will simply not accept you as a peer.

“Maternity and Pediatric Nursing” by Susan Scott Ricci, Terri Kyle
from Maternity and Pediatric Nursing
by Susan Scott Ricci, Terri Kyle
Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009

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  • So would cats take #Pussie(s)?! LOL I figured I’d know all the text lingity but damn I am old ’cause all them text-abbrev. were new to me, back in my day we only had Ebonics, no texting ‘n tweetin’ ‘n MySpacein’ ‘n internetsin'(!!!) #RosetteLuve #Rosette

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  • I aways get…don’t repeat anything he says my favorite when the pullout the swear jar dam kids and they always come around on Friday

  • Im in love with the elder woman in leopard she is just “Darling”. I can see us having a martini together and her telling/teaching me about life.

  • That’s really interesting, her real name is nikolina and she changed it to Nina instead of Nicole? I would’ve guessed that is the next closest thing �� ��

  • I found out a couple of days ago that her complete name is Nikolina Kamenova Dobreva, which sounds like Katerina Petrova, cuz they’re both Bulgarian. I was so shooketh ����

  • But honestly, when you’re a child you just go along with the baby/childish talk because you need to be polite, but in reality it’s a bit annoying.

  • I’m sorry who are these people spreading messages that most dating violence is perpetrated by young women against young men. Nonsense and a fabrication and it seems like because her son was accused she is biased and should not be giving this talk.

  • I’m not even joking but how Kristen is, is actually how I am with children! I just don’t know how to talk to them so I talk to them like adults and then they are just confused by me lol

  • This is right after she got that satisfying Head massage by one of the Vanity Fair hairdresser! Those wondering,just search “nina dobrev head massage” Trust me you will like it!

  • Kinda funny cuz I understand all of the slang Gen z uses (not that it’s that hard we kick out the extra bs) but I’ve been called a pretty well spoken person by boomers and I feel kind of proud that boomer compliment me.

  • Oh my goodness! This gives me such good memories, cause I first saw it in church on Wednesday! I forgot what even led to it but the Youth pastor put this up. Ah, good times! ��☺

  • Me: knows perfect English but full on bad in Bulgarian (I’m Bulgarian)
    Nina: full on American but doesn’t understand the Bulgarian letters
    Same sis, same ��

  • yeet is a term of expression. It can be used as many emotions but mostly if you don’t know what to type or your in an awkward conversation. Yes I explained the yeet feel my wrath

  • do ppl say ok boomer in real life outside of YouTube comments? actual question, and when do u use it? im braced for the incoming so its cool im just wondering

  • When you’re a part of Gen Z but don’t fit in so you have to figure out how to blend in to engage in conversation instead of being confused the whole time.

  • Oof, I’m surprised that there wasn’t one that said, I’m upset = I’m done with this life time.
    Also, a little bit of the vocab shown was non-existent.
    Yeet is just yeet.
    You have to embrace the memes.
    Embrace the dark humor.
    That’s all my advice.

  • HAHAHAHAHA! Did anyone understand what Brock was saying? I’m also Gen Z and I kinda understood but he was talking too fast to get every word

  • So gen z just trows out normal sentences i dident even get yolo years back i never been able to keep up if im honest even in highschool i couldend and im currently 27 ��

  • “I’m interested in both man & woman…”
    “Then go for it. I mean, why not have more to choose from?” THAT’S WHAT WE BEEN SAYING ALL THESE YEARS lmao

    LISTEN, we as a community must cherish and protect Miss Catherine AT ALL COSTS, she’s too precious omg ❤️

  • Unfortunately. I work with Gen Z. And their “language” is almost no different to when our Congolese and Swahili colleagues start talking to each other… Unless you have a clue what they’re on about. It’s mostly incoherent noises.

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  • Could Vera BE any more awesome? ‘Here’s a metric lifetime of truth and wisdom wrapped in fun and joy, my child… Now Super Nana is off to take her Pot Drops! She needs her beauty sleep because she is saving the world from aliens, and solving world hunger tomorrow’ Woosh!

  • I really hope doulingo does this because I can’t talk to kids at all and I have this pressure by other adults to be nice and talk to kids when clearly we both would rather not talk to each other or they do and I don’t

  • Honestly, there’s a lot of this that’s outdated already, so I would reccomend just learning the classic terms
    And that’s on _
    Periodt
    Legit
    Bruh
    Mood
    Fam
    Big mood
    I
    Cancelled
    Called out
    ��������

  • My mom met my dad from one of my dad’s friends taht knew my mom. They all hung out one day and my parents became friends. And then it went on from there….

  • i need this. once i was with some kids and they were talking about how they buried there dead dog and instead of changing the hecking subject like a normal person, i said “oh you buried your dog? where?”

  • this was such a cute episode i loved seeing the friendships between the elders and the college kids it was so cute and fulfilling. deffo should do more episodes like this. maybe a gaming episode???

  • I know it’s one of the most touristic destinations on earth, but I realized more than 2 girls have been to my city Paris, awww I feel soooo touched ♥

  • This is ridiculous. I’m happy my nephews aren’t this simple. I can’t believe this is real. How about understand proper English and you’re good.

  • I am sorry but da be, da be is not quite right translated. Depends on the intonation and the context da be is trranslated to..no way! Example: your friend makes a statement that you go to tonight party. You both know your ex is there and you do not want to see him, so 1. You are going tonight, right. 2. Da be. Means like you say yes which means no, no way, how do you see me going there.. hope I was clear in my explanation for those who really want to understand one part of the meaning of da be meaning. Da be da be saying twice with the right intonation means firm confirmation on something or/ and agreement with someone on something

  • Ugh this is SO me. I don’t hate or dislike kids I just don’t know how to talk to them. It especially sucked when my older brother started having them so now I have nieces & nephews. My moms always saying, “Go talk to them!”. I tell her, “Look, when they’re teenagers I’m going to be the cool uncle.” Because I’m good with teens, but not little ones. Lol ����‍♂️

  • Duolingo for Yankee Transplants to the South

    Duolingo for Southern tourists up yonder

    And Duolingo for Engaging in Southern Gossip��⚜

  • This should be called Duolingo for narcissists. What kind of a*shole do you have to be if you are so self involved that you haven’t spoken to a child since you were a child?

    I would like to have Duolingo for how to talk to Gen Y & Z. I can’t even count the number of 20-35 year olds who look like a deer in the headlights when you just say hello to them, or they smirk at whomever they’re with instead of responding with a polite greeting. They are like little tech-obsessed animals. Great job, Boomers! You created 1.5 generations of total morons!

  • Whenever she’s strongly emotional whether that’s being sad, mad, excited or happy, she has a specific vein that pops on her forehead and I love it.

  • Of course Nina probably wouldn’t know all the Bulgarian slang, she was born in Bulgaria but raised in Canada, she doesn’t have any sort of accent, just all English. Her mother tongue is probably Bulgarian, but her main language is English. She visits Bulgaria, not lives there.

  • I need duolingo when speaking to baristas and bank tellers who talk to much. Seriously, are we best friends? I just want my money and or my coffee��

  • So funny as a Gen Xer this is exactly what Millenials felt like to us, now its your turn guys! Except it seems like Gen Z is even more turbo mutant. Enjoy middle age!

  • As a kid with Aspergers Syndrome I would just stare at people intensely and only speak 3 words at a time and would stand in the corner questioning my life

  • Vera: “most of the time i found they lied about their height”

    moments later elsewhere…

    Phil: “that’s too short. that’s jockey size. I’d go with 5’8”

    LMAO

  • I need one for talking to coworkers whom I’m not familiar with and every topic they talk about is one that I have no interest or knowledge in.