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  • Yeet.

  • Yee?

  • Yeet.

  • Geek.

  • Yeet.

  • - Yeet? - Yeah.

  • - What does that mean? - Just likeyeet.

  • We've invited you all back to school today to talk with a total stranger about growing up in your different generations.

  • You each have a stack of questions.

  • Let's see how it goes.

  • What are your favorite or most-used slang expressions?

  • You know, like, do people still say "fleek"?

  • - Things are on fleek? - No, no.

  • I would have to say "jah-like."

  • And it's a term that you use when you want to refer to something as "very."

  • So if we had just finished a class and we had taken a test, we would say, "Oh, that class was jah-like hard."

  • So, a party could be jah-like?

  • Lit.

  • Fun.

  • It was a thing where everyone went, "Oh, that's bad."

  • And that meant it was good.

  • Oh, right.

  • Yeah.

  • Like "sick."

  • Oh, it means it's cool?

  • Yeah.

  • Some people say "sick."

  • For me, I say "dope."

  • What is something you did and got in trouble for?

  • I was a good kid.

  • I think I was afraid to get in trouble.

  • I had a knack for not getting in trouble.

  • I'm typically the guy that helped everybody get out of trouble.

  • The only time I remember getting in trouble was in pre-K.

  • I was making soap mountains in the bathroom.

  • I think being late for class was my biggest problem.

  • Cutting school.

  • This girl, she tore up my calendar for no reason.

  • So I was, like, "Oh, you did that to me, so I'm going to do that to you."

  • I would have a phone and, like, text guys.

  • And I wasn't supposed to be texting guys yet because I wasn't, according to my parents, old enough to be talking to boys.

  • And also running my mouth too much.

  • Same.

  • Once I get started talking, I can't stop.

  • And it's all downhill from there.

  • We would pick up stuff from the dump, and we end up picking up these anti-tank rocket launchers.

  • And we stuffed bottle rockets in it.

  • We got in trouble for that.

  • What is something your kids don't know about you?

  • Oh, my sex life.

  • I'm in my 50s. My husband's in his 60s.

  • We are madly in love, and we still have great sex.

  • That's awesome.

  • I think my daughter doesn't really know that I'm very sensitive.

  • I'm very strong-minded.

  • And I act very strong because I want her to grow up to be very strong.

  • But she does have a very sensitive side as well.

  • I had a wild side.

  • Other things about... my kids I wouldn't want them necessarily to know, is my failures.

  • That I have had times when I didn't want them to know that I was depressed about how I was going to pay the bills, take care of the family.

  • What is something your parents don't know about you?

  • They definitely don't know how bad I am at math.

  • I am a goody two-shoes, but I have a little rebellious spark.

  • It's funny, my parents think I'm one to go and get into trouble while my friends think the opposite.

  • I guess I can be pretty stressed out a lot of the time.

  • I try to put myself forward as a pretty stress-free, carefree person to my family, to my friends.

  • But sometimes it just gets the best of me.

  • All the rehearsals, then, like, practices that they've driven me to, and all that they provide, and...

  • So yeah, I guess they don't really know that I'm super grateful.


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A2 US trouble fleek slang class sensitive strong

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