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Tag: gen z slang
The two younger generations share a lot of similarities, but not with everything.
Generation Z, or Gen Z for short, is composed of today's youth born from 1997 to 2012. Many of whom are now in high school and college, with current fresh grads being the first of the generation to officially join the workforce.While
You probably see the term floating around on Twitter and TikTok, but chances are you don't actually know what it means.
You’ve probably seen them around, preening, winking, and flexing patented leather-bike chain-pretty boy fits-cum-veins (and eyelids) over on TikTok (or on YouTube diss videos). You gasp and shiver.They, ladies and gentlemen, are e-Boys. They come in peace, bearing smoke rings, faux-face tattoos,
Keep up with the cool kids!
Times are a-changin' and while you've finally caught up on your millennial slang, there's a whole new fountain of words to get acquainted with, especially if you want to understand today's youth, a.k.a. Generation Z. Don't get left out and study up
Join Patricia Prieto and Ylona Garcia as they try to decode this generation's Internet language.
Every generation has its own set of made-up words unique to their time. Meaning, keeping up with the current youth entails getting in on their vocab. While we've already schooled ourselves on millennial terms aplenty in the past, it's time to move