TFW You Think Your Vocabulary Is Lit And Trill But Actually Your Words Are Totes On The Most Annoying Slang List… SMH


“Is your bae hangry after you ghosted her at Panera and is now clapping back by getting lunch with her thirsty friend named Ryder, but your fam is spilling the tea after they peeped them totes together at a party getting turnt up and now you want to throw shade her way even though she looks like a snack?” I dry-heaved three times while writing that previous sentence. Well, if you write like that in 2019 then you should stop it because many of the words above are included in the most annoying slang word list for this year.

A new study was done to find out the worst slang words and the most popular slang words for 2019. Some of the obvious culprits make up the interesting list. The study was done by market researchers at OnePoll, who interviewed 2,000 Americans to find the favorite, most commonly used and most annoying slang words for 2019.

The survey said that the age that people should stop using youthful slang was 43-years-old. So that means The study found that one in four Americans believe you should ditch slang words by the age of 25. Sorry old folks, no more saying how “on fleek your Oldsmobile is.”

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Then there were the out-of-touch people who didn’t even understand the meaning of the slang words. Over half of the respondents didn’t know what the term “ghosting” meant and 55 percent thought “on fleek” had a negative connotation. The poll found that 37 percent of people had no idea what the phrase “spilling the tea” meant.

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Despite many people not knowing the meaning of 2019 slang words, that didn’t stop them from using them. There were 46 percent of people who used slang words that they didn’t even know the meaning of.

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As far as telling your coworker how gucci their chicken salad sandwich is, 37 percent said people should avoid using slang words completely in the workplace. Even 55 percent of people said a friendly “lol” was inappropriate to use in an email to your boss.

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Top 20 Most Annoying Slang Words:

GOAT
Bae
Hangry
Gucci
Ghost
Fleek
Stussy
TFW
Throw shade
SMH
Totes
Clap back
Turn up/turnt
Peeped
Thirsty
Lit
Spill the tea/sipping tea
Fam
Snack
Trill

Most Popular Slang Words:

Bae
SMH
Lit
Fam
Hangry
Thirsty
GOAT
Keep It 100
Gucci
Fire
Woke
Turn up/turnt
Throw shade
Spill the tea/sipping tea
Fleek
Peeped
TFW
Clap back
Totes
Trill

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[FoxNews]

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