If you’re in your 40s, 50s, or beyond, you’d be forgiven for not knowing what on earth “spilling the tea,” “clap back,” or “fleek” means. (That goes especially for the latter, since no one seems to know what “fleek” means.) However, if you want to talk to millennials on their own terms-and to truly decipher what it is they’re saying-it would behoove you to learn. That’s why we put together this definitive list of millennial terminology that every person should know. So read on, take notes, and try to use them all in a sentence. (Don’t have time? Well, then I guess #thestruggleisreal.) And if you’re a millennial, it’s your turn to bone up on the words only your elders use.
It’s the more polite way of saying “Let’s turn on this movie we have no intention of watching and then fool around on the couch.” Speaking of: if you’re looking a classic way of courting someone, don’t miss these 23 Old-Fashioned Etiquette Rules That Still Apply. Continue Reading →