USA Today used to be Gucci, but the new article they printed about teen slang is so extra that you might even call it cringey. We don't stan them.
If you don't understand the dumb sentence above, maybe one of America's allegedly most reliable print media sources can help.
See, USA Today...a legitimate newspaper serving up hard news and issues that face our country on a daily basis, printed a guide to teen slang. And it's, well, not lit.
USA Today printed a dictionary of current cultural terms for parents to understand teens. pic.twitter.com/ZQiff3e5Gg— 👊Jason👊 (@TuttlePatriarch) August 13, 2018
Great news! Now you can tell your kids that you understand their conversations because YOU READ SOMETHING IN A NEWSPAPER, because that won't make you sound a hundred years old.
Safe to say the internet is loving this.
Who tf uses OP to mean "out of pocket"? That's not even a proper acronym— Racism WatchHog (@imperialist_pig) August 13, 2018
They forgot “swingin’ on the flippity-flop.”— Jordan Saïd (@StabbinsMcGee) August 13, 2018
This is perfect for an after school special on ABC— Pusha T -aracena (@oscartaracena) August 13, 2018
No, it's OK, USA Today is just... (checks list) thirsty.— Sam Hurwitt (@shurwitt) August 13, 2018
Honestly, this whole list is...(checks article)...sus.