Just this morning A told me that the dog was "fan-girling" her (I think that meant very excited to see her, I'm still not 100% on that) and she's referred to things that are large as being "hench" (I know, I don't understand that one either). Listening to A & J talking about school at the dinner table can be hard to follow, with them discussing how someone totally parred someone else ('owned', got the better of) and how A "ships Brusnop". This means that she loves the 'bromance' (close male friendship) between two members of one of her favourite bands, FYI. Exactly why they can't just say what they mean, I don't know!
Center Parcs have come up with this infographic to help parents learn some of the new teen slanguage that is gradually making its way in to our homes & lives, to enable us to actually understand at least some of what our kids say. I blates have bare love for this, it's bang tidy.
I have no idea what I just said. Let's hope you fare better than me! #Fail
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