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  • - You know, every year new words and phrases

  • enter our language. Did you know that?

  • Well, they do.

  • Last year we had the word twerking.

  • And now we know what that means

  • and we're all better off because of it.

  • [laughter]

  • This year, there's a whole new set

  • of phrases and slang terms.

  • I like to keep my audience all up to date

  • with the latest trends.

  • I want you all to be hip and with-it

  • and all that and a bag of chips and stuff.

  • So I thought I would teach you some phrases

  • that are popular this year. Since these are slang terms,

  • I'm gonna use the Urban Dictionary.

  • If you don't know what the Urban Dictionary is,

  • it's like Webster's Dictionary if Webster was a drunk girl.

  • [laughter]

  • Right? Doesn't it seem like that?

  • [cheers and applause]

  • Okay.

  • [cheers and applause]

  • All right, and then I'm gonna show you the phrase,

  • and I'm gonna see if anybody here--

  • uh, don't yell it out.

  • I'm gonna ask somebody if they know what it is.

  • Let's see the first word.

  • On fleek. Okay.

  • On fleek. I'm gonna--no, if you know it,

  • I'm not going to you. Um--

  • Sir, right there, in the jacket and the button-down.

  • Yeah, you.

  • What would you think "on fleek" means?

  • - I have no idea. - Just take--

  • What does that mean? Figure it out?

  • On fleek. If you--use it in a sentence.

  • - I'm going on fleek?

  • [laughter]

  • - That's good. All right.

  • All right, let's just see what it means.

  • The quality of being perfect or on point.

  • So, well, you were headed in that way.

  • That's what you were saying.

  • [laughter]

  • Like today your outfit is on fleek.

  • - I was close. - Right.

  • All right, or if your grammar was on fleek,

  • you wouldn't use it-- you wouldn't even use the word.

  • [laughter]

  • Um, let's see the next one.

  • Netflix and chill.

  • [laughter]

  • Wow...

  • a lot of people know what that means.

  • Which is interesting to me.

  • I'm going back to the gentleman.

  • [laughter]

  • What do you think it means?

  • - You want another sentence? - Yeah.

  • Yeah, use it in a sentence.

  • - I'm going on Netflix and chill.

  • [laughter]

  • - You know what Netflix is, right?

  • - Yeah, right. - Yeah.

  • Okay, and you know what chill means.

  • - Yeah, but both in the same sentence, I'm not sure.

  • - Okay. What it means--

  • what's your name? - Joel.

  • - Joel, what it means is...

  • sex.

  • [laughter]

  • [cheers and applause]

  • And a lot of you knew what that was.

  • Joel, did you have a different slang for sex?

  • What--what did you use-- - Now I do.

  • - Yeah. What was the slang you used?

  • - I'm French, actually, so-- - So?

  • - Sex.

  • - Oh, that's how the French say it, you guys.

  • All right, well, that's-- I am surprised

  • at how many of you knew what that meant.

  • [laughter]

  • All right, uh, let's see the next one.

  • Bae.

  • Does ev--people know what that is?

  • - Yeah. - Most of you know what bae is.

  • Some people do not know.

  • Um, I'll stick with Joel 'cause you're right there.

  • You're French. What does it mean?

  • - Bae if French? Like, uh, berry.

  • [laughter]

  • - No, it's actually-- it's actually really,

  • uh--ridiculous.

  • It means baby or sweetie.

  • It's, like-- 'cause if you don't want

  • to take the time to say baby.

  • It actually save you a lot of time

  • because we're very busy here, so we don't have time

  • to say baby, we just shorten it.

  • Or you can shorten it more and just say bah.

  • [laughter]

  • Let's see one more.

  • Thot.

  • It's pronounced thot-- but thot.

  • Wow, a lot of you know what that is.

  • [laughter]

  • - You know what that is? - Yeah.

  • - All right, use it in a sentence.

  • - My best friend is a thot.

  • [laughter]

  • - Wow. All right.

  • Your ex-best friend-- best friend.

  • - No. [laughter]

  • - It means that hoe over there.

  • [cheers and applause]

  • So, you guys, it's a gardening term.

  • [laughter]

  • I need my thot so I can plant my potatoes

  • or something like that.

  • Well, we learned today, if you play your cards right,

  • maybe you can make that on fleek thot

  • your bae...

  • and then you can Netflix and chill.

  • And now, I'm gonna say a phrase

  • that I use almost every day,

  • it is time to dance.

- You know, every year new words and phrases

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