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Brandon Harris

Trojan Messenger’s highschoolegiate dictionary: Third Edition

November 29, 2018

Okurr, here we go again. Time to cop the newest words to get all the tea you need. People will be wildin after reading this. Staying woke is the key to glow up the vocabulary for all those oof moments. Click on these links to the Trojan Messenger’s highschoolegiate dictionary: Edition one and Trojan Messenger’s highschoolegiate dictionary: Edition two to catch up on more juice. Esketit.

At (@) me: (interjection) Used when a person subtweets or talks about someone else without saying their name, but everyone knows who it is. i.e. Grace subtweets how annoying fourth period can be because of people. Matthew tweets back, “How about you at(@) me next time.”

Bread: (n.) When a person has a test which the person knows they will get a good grade on. Interchangeable with win. i.e. Nick walks into the classroom on test day. “Let’s get this bread,” Nick says too energetically.

Cop: (v.)  To get something a person wants. Mainly associated with food. i.e. “I think I might go to Chick-Fil-A,” says Amanda. “Let’s cop some chicken minis,” said the starving Drew.

Drip: (v.) To show off glamour or style of a possession, usually an outfit. i.e.  Carter’s outfit drips way too hard.

Esketit:(v., interjection) 1. To get a start on doing something. i.e. “Do you wanna get some pizza, bro?” asked Matthew. “Esketit!” shouted Michael. 2. Something one yells when a score or good grade occurs. i.e. When the Trojans make a touchdown, one bystander may scream, “ESKETIT!”

Finesse: (v.) To win greatly. I.e. “The ace team got finessed last night. They were down 50 points!”  

Finsta:(n.) A fake instagram, where people post ugly selfies or other photos they do not normally want associated with them. “Did you see Alisa’s finsta?” asked Jay. “Yea, that was one weird selfie,” said Hannah. 

Grand:(adj.) A sarcastic way of saying something went bad. I.e. A student that gets an “F” on a test may exclaim, “That’s just grand!”

Glow up:(v.) Usually after going through puberty; people find you more attractive than before. i.e. “Did you see David this year? He had a huge glow up over the summer.”

Juice:(n.) Interchangeable with tea. A weaker drama that is still noteable. i.e. “Did you hear the juice about Daisy?” asked Margot. “Yea, she failed her midterm,” exclaimed Charlotte.  

Kween:(n.) Interchangeable with Queen. A weird way of saying someone is amazing, beautiful, and slays life. i.e. Girl walks into class on photo day, so one of her friends exclaim, “YAS KWEEN!”

Okurr: (interjection) 1. Some people say this out of the blue and does not make any sense. i.e. When at a friends one might randomly exclaim, “OKURR.”2. To say okay with a hard, rolling “r”. i.e. “Will you hand me the paper?” asked Julia. “Okurr,” said Aleise.

Oof: (interjection) Used when something bad happens. i.e. “Kayla tripped down the stairs and broke her leg,” said Angel. “Oof,” said Amanda.

Oofy goofy:(interjection) interchangeable with oof. Used when something bad happens but more cute. i.e. Mary spills all the paint on the floor. “Oofy goofy. That is not good,” said Lexy.

Queen: (n.) Interchangeable with Kween. To say someone is beautiful, amazing, and slays life. i.e. Girl walks into class on photo day, so one of her friends exclaim, “YAS QUEEN!”

Sketch: (adj.) to feel great amount of discomfort for something. i.e. The dark alley with bodies laying down looks sketch.

Sus:(adv.) to be suspicious. i.e. If someone’s boo posts a picture with an unknown, too close for comfort person, it is sus.

Sister:(n.) If the person breathes, they are a sister. i.e. Random pack of girls walk down a street and go into Starbucks. “Hey sister!! I want a white chocolate mocha extra whip,” says Dakota. “Everyone loves a basic sister,” replies the barista.

Ship:(v.) to make an amazing couple. i.e. “ I totally, like, ship Elena and Damon,” shrieked Bonnie. “ Oh no! I ship Elena and Stefan, like, all the way!” shrieked Caroline.

Stay woke:(v. phrase) When people are aware of issues of the current world or in general. Person walks into a room and talks, uneducatedly, about politics. i.e “STAY WOKE and know your facts!” interjects Marissa.

Slight:(adj.) A way of saying something is easy. i.e. “That test was slight work. I didn’t even study,” said Joseph.

Tea:(n.) Another way of referencing good drama. i.e. “Did you hear what happened last night?” asked Angel. “No, but spill the tea, sister,” said Kayla.

Triggered:(v.) A state which a person feels so much emotion about a subject they think of another occurrence in their life. i.e. Nick slams into Matthew with a tray full of spaghetti. “TRIGGERED!” screams Grace.

Treyway:(?) No one really knows what this means or why anyone says it, but we go along with. i.e. “Treyway!”

Wassup: (interjection) Acceptable, cool way of saying hey or what’s going on. i.e. “Wassup,” says any basic boy ever. “Nothing much,” says any other basic guy ever.

Wife her: (v. phrase) Refers to someone who shows qualities of a stereotypical wife. i.e.  Aleise cooks mac n’ cheese for her friends. The friends immediately take photos and videos saying, “OMG! Someone wife her up!”

Wildin:(v.)  To do something extreme i.e. When Brendan did a backflip at the pep rally, one might say, “Yo, that was wildin!”

Texting Slang

IDRK: I don’t really know

LMK: Let me know

LMR: Like my recent

WYWTA: What you wanna talk about?

Now you can go along spilling the tea, triggering your friends, and finessing your enemies. These words are slight to use, so go get that bread, sister.

Sincerely,

Your Trojan Messenger Sister

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