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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jimmy the Saint, Jan 1, 2022.
Speak for yourself. We're not all breeders
IDK if this should be a thread or a poll or just belongs here.
My wife ordered Costco delivery and it was a big order with multiple packs of waters, Gatorade, vitamin waters and other heavy shit. Anyway the delivery person was a woman so I felt like shit having her bring up to the second floor. I thought about helping her which I wouldn’t have if it was a dude. Does that make me sexist? Should I have helped? Obviously it’s her job and she got a tip so is it dumb for me to have felt bad?
Wanting to do kind things for other people with nothing but good intent is never a bad thing. Not dumb at all to feel bad.
I can’t hear anything these days. Sucks
dont feel like finding the stand up/comedian thread but stavvy the best in the game
also seems like a perfect circle that he'll be the most famous "woke" comedian
Bless your heart.
Every now and then people are selfless - 16 year old kid saved 3 girls and a police officer from drowning.
Speaking of bears. Look what my dad sent me. He lives in South Georgia.
your dad is sending you bear porn
Sorry for your loss, TheFreak55
Was he setting up for a DJ set?
close bear corn
The cop prob tried to arrest him afterwards
The cop was apparently trying to save one of the girls but was basically too unathletic so the kid had to end up saving his ass as well.
Name P. Redacted probably has all this stuff. He’s corn2-pilled
I have it on good authority that those ads are all, indeed, fake news. Totally farcical products.
There's a curb elsiode on this exact thing.
In an Uber from Weho to downtown - which is at least 40 mins right now.
Uber driver is Chinese and speaks absolutely zero English.
His playlist so far has been:
outfield - don’t wanna lose your love tonight
Take on me
Eye of the tiger
And it’s currently on Ice Ice Baby
this is gonna be a roller coaster but honestly kinda like his curation this far for a ride into a work meeting.
edit - updates so far:
Sharp dressed man
Back in black
in my Uber yesterday from my hotel to the Anaheim Packing District the driver played "Every Little Step" by Bobby Brown followed by "I'm Your Baby Tonight" by Whitney Houston and I thought it was nice that he probably paired those together on purpose
Reminder that this dude prob has a playlist for different types of people and this is what he selected when he saw you
it’s not a bad thing either way it’s just funny to think about
Atleast he didn't play white and nerdy by weird al
Chiggers are the worst. The lower half of my body is covered
Got back from cali. First day at new job tomorrow, going to office
Front right tire is flat
shouldve checked soon as i got home
Mullet, glasses, double chin is the new triple threat
Joe Dirt spread that seed.
I'm googling information about Gen Z to prepare for this year's freshmen. How come TMB uses like all of these
50 Gen Z Slang Words You Need to Know to Keep From Becoming "Cheugy"
JAN 2, 2022
generations, Gen Z-ers have their own slang and lingo that can sometimes sound like a totally different language. If you aren't quick enough to catch on, you might find yourself with FOMO (fear of missing out– don't worry, you'll learn).
Maybe it happened at your local coffee shop. Or while you were waiting in line at the grocery store. No matter what generation you're a part of, you've probably experienced this: passing a group of young adults and overhearing what you consider to be absolute gibberish. In actuality, those words and phrases you couldn't understand at all are an entire language used by Gen Z kids to communicate with one another!
With new slang popping up practically every time you blink, how are you supposed to keep up with the day-to-day jargon of your Gen Z kids? Fear not, there's still time to keep from becoming old uncool! Our list of 50 Gen Z slang words are here to keep you from scratching your head every time a Gen Z-er opens their mouth.
50 Gen Z Slang Words (with Meanings)
Fam is a shorter word for family, but don't be fooled– it can be used to describe your friends or the way Millennials use "bro".
2. Glow up.
This means a makeover or transformation from bad to good.
If you're the CEO of something, it means you've mastered it or you're a pro.
4. Cancel Culture.
Cancel culture is a form of shaming the actions or opinions of a public figure, company, or organization.
No, it's not short for Stanley– instead, it's a combination of "stalker" and "fan". If you stan someone, it means you're obsessed but not in a creepy way.
6. E-boy or E-girl.
This is similar to emo or goth culture, but they use the internet to express themselves.
To most, it's just a letter of the alphabet, but to Gen Zers it simply means "win".
If something is dank, it's excellent or of very high quality.
This term is common amongst the earlier talking stages of a relationship. Ghosting someone means you start ignoring them or stop texting them back.
Gen Zs use this term when they're feeling jealous.
11. Big Yikes.
The slang speaks for itself in this one. Big Yikes is used when you're so embarrassed that "yikes" doesn't do justice.
This term can be used if you're describing something or someone that is extravagant or fancy.
Finna is a shortened term for saying "I'm going to".
An older but still relevant term, cap means to lie. If you say "no cap" it means you are being authentic or truthful.
High-key is simply the opposite of being low-key.
Something that is cheugy is not at all trendy.
Someone who does way too much for the person they have a crush on.
Something that is ironically trendy. One might consider Crocs to be of the camp aesthetic.
A snack is a person that you find attractive.
TFW stands for "that feeling when". TFW you get off work early on a Friday.
Woke refers to being politically aware.
22. Sip tea.
Sip tea is an alternative to "spilling the tea", meaning you're sitting back and listening to the gossip rather than partaking in it.
Another simple letter turned slang, L is the opposite of a W– meaning a loss rather than a win.
24. Take several seats.
If someone is really getting on your nerves, you might tell them to take several seats.
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Another way of saying swag, drip is a term for a cool or sexy trend or style.
When a song or album is exceptionally good.
Sheesh is used to hype someone up if they're looking good or doing something good.
This acronym is short for "if you know, you know". It's commonly used in reference to an inside joke or something only a specific community might understand.
29. Living rent free.
If something is "living rent-free" in your head, that means you can't stop thinking about it.
30. Hits different.
When something is unique or better than the usual.
Simply put, this slang term means "yes". It can be used to confirm something and could be compared to the Millennial term "word".
32. Vibe check.
To check someone's energy or mood.
Using this at the end of the statement adds emphasis or intensity to the point made.
34. Catch these hands.
To start a fight. This term is generally used in a confrontational matter.
If you drag someone, you're criticizing or making fun of them. This can be equated to roasting someone.
Finesse means to trick or manipulate someone or a situation in order to get what you want.
37. I'm weak.
Similar to "I'm dead", this is just another term to use when you find something hilarious.
38. Main character.
This is a phrase used to describe someone who is generally well-liked and charismatic. It can also be used to describe someone when they're making a scene, but not necessarily in a bad way.
A shortened version of "sister", this term is typically used to greet a friend, no matter their gender.
40. Sending me.
Another term to use if you find something particularly funny.
Used to describe how exceptional something is.
A quirky word to use when you taste something delicious.
Short for "suspicious", sus it typically means something is not as expected, or shady.
If someone is looking snatched, they look really good, particularly their outfit.
Money, and lots of it.
Something that is small, and in most cases exceptionally adorable.
47. This ain't it, chief.
Another way of giving disapproval for something.
Someone who is out there and enjoys taking things to a new level of flamboyance.
A response or comeback after you've been "called out" for something.
Short for "The Greatest of All Time." An acronym used to describe someone incredible.
Because we’re not cheugy
did we ever make a dudes rock thread?
I have to eat at Olive Garden tonight and I'm not excited about it. Been pouring over the menu for a couple days and I'm at a loss. I suppose I'll try the chicken parm.
Unlimited soup, salad and breadsticks
Hot naked spaghetti
I haven’t been to Olive Garden in at least 15 years but it’s also pretty difficult to fuck up pasta so I think you’ll be fine
Ive never been to or had olive garden. Im sure it's not great but the thought of worrying about it for 2 days is pretty funny
Do you honestly not also feel bad when it’s a dude carrying heavy stuff? I feel bad regardless whether it’s a woman or man. I usually help and tip a little extra but I’m also a people pleaser to a comic level, so maybe just do one or the other if you feel bad.
It’s all sub-par Italian. So just ask for a side of Alfredo to use as breadstick dip, and keep the breadstick baskets coming. Only good thing about OG.
Their Lasagna is p good honestly
I tweeted this at the official Italy Twitter account
I don't have a lot going on at work.
I found a number of lists ranking entrees at Olive Garden. Unfortunately, the top two were also on a different list of things you should never ever eat because they are wildly unhealthy.
I ate at Longhorn Monday night and it was fine.
I eat at chains a good bit with my parents. Had long horn a while back because I had a gift card. I used to really love that place but it was awful.
Had outback steakhouse the other day and got some seasoned and seared prime rib that was amazing.
My go to is Carabas for a chain.
I mean I don’t think I’d be worried about the nutritional value of an Olive Garden meal unless you are eating there multiple times a week and in that case we need to have another discussion
Great, now I’ve been banned from Italy. Good thing I’ve got Olive Garden and Papa Johns here so I won’t even notice.
Fazolis bread sticks used to be better than olive garden. Not sure if this is still the case.
This is truth but I'm on somewhat of a diet. Nothing super strict but if I'm going to consume 2-3 thousand calories in a meal I'd rather it be somewhere good.
Based on my extensive research, I can get chicken parm and soup for like 1200 calories. Not great,but I won't be sweating out alfredo and shitting on the side of the road either.