Have you ever been to the sixteenth century?!

As you may know, I always have my finger on the latest trends. I am always "hip" to what the "dudes" are saying these days. Having a teenager in the house, you see, I am able to keep up with the youngsters and their newfangled slang. And so, without further ado, I bring you the latest phrase that Señorita C has picked up at school:

What's cookin', good lookin'? Nuffin', muffin!

Yeah, I don't get it either. I don't know who she's hanging out with at that high school of hers or what century they are originally from. But apparently it's very "tight" and the "cat's pyjamas" and "23 skidoo" among the younger set.

I'm just warning you, if "bodacious" or "cowabunga" make a comeback in this house, drastic measures may have to be taken.

srah - Wednesday, 31 March 2004 - 9:59 PM
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Comments (6)

gravatar CaRLa - March 31, 2004 - 10:08 PM -

hahaha isn't it cool what you have just written???
i bring you all the new slang used by teenagers!!!
that's tight (new wolrd i learned today!)
bye sarah!!! then i'll let you know new stuff!!

gravatar Urs - March 31, 2004 - 11:33 PM -

I personally am trying my hardest to bring "bodacious" back into contemporary usage

gravatar katie - April 1, 2004 - 8:08 AM -

Dude, I have nightmares of the days when I used to say "radical" all the time. I think that was 5th grade.

Also, have you ever noticed how I start many sentences with 'Dude'? And sometimes, the word is a sentence in and of itself?

gravatar Smuj - April 1, 2004 - 8:21 AM -

Remember when "radical" and "dude" were combined into "dudical"? Whoever came up with that one was illin'.

gravatar katie - April 1, 2004 - 8:43 AM -

I do not remember that. Perhaps it was regional. Now I'm going to start saying it.

gravatar nikita - April 2, 2004 - 10:19 AM -

1. My friend's brother, who is dyslexic, wrote her a birthday card when they were kids that said "Rabical, bube." True story.

2. Someone used "bodacious" in a personals ad I saw yesterday (I *live* for reading personals). And they weren't being ironic.

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