Thoughts on Student Slang: Student vs Teacher

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Thoughts on Student Slang: Student vs Teacher

Senior Angelina De Los Santos discusses slang terms with her friends. One of her favorite terms to use is

Senior Angelina De Los Santos discusses slang terms with her friends. One of her favorite terms to use is "ded" when a friend makes a funny comment.

Senior Angelina De Los Santos discusses slang terms with her friends. One of her favorite terms to use is "ded" when a friend makes a funny comment.

Senior Angelina De Los Santos discusses slang terms with her friends. One of her favorite terms to use is "ded" when a friend makes a funny comment.

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Shook:  student definition

  • Senior Kendall Hasson – “Shocked”
  • Senior Mallory Dunn – “Like shocked or disturbed”

Shook: teacher definition

  • Valerie Suarez – “Surprised”
  • Renee Gongora – “Means I’m confused”

Extra: student definition

  • Senior Kendall Hasson – “over the top”
  • Senior Mallory Dunn – “When you over exaggerate everything, AKA me”

Extra: teacher definition

  • Valerie Suarez – “Probably, like, she’s fine”
  • Amanda Garza – “Like, awesomeness”

Triggered: student definition

  • Senior Mallory Dunn – “Usually used as a joke, but like when you are personally offended by a statement”
  • Senior Noelle Nguyen – “Something that sets you off, to become mad or angry”

Triggered: teacher definition

  • Amanda Garza – “Right on”
  • Renee Gongora – “Set me off; I’m now gonna be mad”

Lit: student definition

  • Senior Mallory Dunn – “Party, excited, or hype”
  • Senior Noelle Nguyen – “Another stupid way of saying cool or awesome”

Lit: teacher definition

  • Valerie Suarez – “Now, they use it like it’s off the chain; like it’s a good thing. Back in my day, that’s not what it meant”
  • Renee Gongora – “That’s cool”

Retweet: student definition

  • Senior Kendall Hasson – “Referring to twitter where you retweet something you like or agree with”
  • Senior Mallory Dunn – “When you agree with someone or when they say something relatable so you want to share it”

Retweet: teacher definition

  • Amanda Garza – “Share”
  • Renee Gongora – “Yeah, I cannot figure out tweeting. It could be Twit Overlord”

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