Recently Updated Slang Terms

  • POGS

    a flippable piece of cardboard from the 90's

  • G8

    Great

  • FBM

    Fine by me

  • TFW

    That face when. Accompanied by an image/GIF which shows reaction to stuff.

  • Salty

    Mad or upset after a loss. Usually due to bad luck, sometimes skill.

  • Suh

    What's up? Stoner speak.

  • Stan

    Obsessed fan. From the eminem's song Stan.

  • Sis

    Sister. Used like bro.

  • LB

    Like back. Used on social media. Similar to follow back (FB).

  • Hundo P

    One hundred percent.

  • GOAT

    Greatest Of All Time

  • Gassed

    Overtly drunk.

  • FR

    For Real. Used in texts. Used to emphasize.

  • Extra

    Over the top; too much.

  • Teaboo

    Someone who is obsessed with British culture. A play on weeaboo, or someone who is obsessed with Japanese culture.

  • AYOBOI

    Hey, yo, boy

  • Richard the Third

    Cockney rhyming slang for turd.

  • Wanker

    British slang for someone who jerks off. Not often used literally, but more to complain about annoying people.

  • Skive

    Play hooky or shirk responsibilities.

  • Tosh

    British slang for trash or rubbish.

  • Brass Monkey

    Extremely cold. From the expression "Freeze the balls off a brass monkey".

  • Bollocks

    Literally testicles, but more often used to show being tired, drunk, or to claim something is BS.

  • Taking the Piss

    Tease or mock someone.

  • Miffed

    Angry or distressed.

  • Knees Up

    A party or dance. Often high spirited.

  • Hard Cheese

    Bad luck.

  • Chuffed

    Joyous or delighted. Proud.

  • Bugger

    A British slang used to show surprise, discontent, or address a foul person.

  • Argy Bargy

    An argument or tussle.

  • All to Pot

    Ruined or messed up.

  • Half

    Half an ounce (14 grams), typically when talking about chronic.

  • Zip

    One of the many terms for an ounce of marijuana.

  • Nug Run

    A batch of cannabis concentrate made with the premium parts of the plant, including the "nugs". High quality stuff.

  • Trim Run

    The cannabis concentrate made with the leftovers after a harvest. Still gets the user high, just not of the highest quality.

  • Pull N Snap

    Cannabis extract that can be pulled, and snaps after a good amount of stretch.

  • Left Handed Cigarette

    A joint (rolled marijuana).

  • Eighth

    An eighth ounce of weed. Typically around $40-50.

  • Cross Faded

    High (typically cannabis induced) and drunk.

  • Can

    About an ounce of weed.

  • Bhang

    Marijuana related food or drink creations, originally from India. Also refers to the marijuana flower as well.

  • Shatter

    High quality marijuana extract. It's clear like sugar candy, and shatters like glass.

  • QP

    Quarter Pound (of weed)

  • Lid

    One oz. of marijuana.

  • Ent

    A marijuana connoisseur.

  • Dabs

    A usually small dose of marijuana extract. When smoked through a special device (dab rig), they can get you stoned.

  • Chiefing

    Smoking marijuana, and a lot of it.

  • Budder

    Weed extract with a bunch of THC. Strong stuff.

  • 40 Bag

    However much weed $40 will buy you.

  • 20 Bag

    Twenty dollars worth of weed, the amount of which may vary with local prices.

  • Val

    Valley boy/girl. A San Fernando Valley kid known for their blatant shallow culture, especially in the 80's.

  • Illin

    Particularly dope. Freshest or most hip. Depends on context.

  • Gag Me With a Spoon

    Used to show disgust.

  • Choice

    The first choice; the head of the pack; the best.

  • Bomb Diggity

    Superb; the best quality.

  • Bag Your Face

    A rude way to tell someone to shut up or stop embarrassing themselves.

  • Tubular

    Cool; most excellent.

  • Jeepers Creepers

    A exclamation used instead of saying "Jesus Christ!"

  • It’s Casual

    A permissive okay. Often used in response to an unneeded apology.

  • Here’s the Skinny

    Used when giving an explanation, especially if letting someone in on something secretive.

  • Gravy

    Cool or positive; used especially in a "fine-by-me" tone.

  • Gnarly

    Hard or difficult.

  • Egghead

    An intellectual or studious person. Smart aleck.

  • Copacetic

    Passable, often a state of mind. Relaxed or fine.

  • Cop a Feel

    To grope someone, often inappropriately.

  • Cats

    Shortening of the term "cool cat". Can be used to identify a person, whether cool or not.

  • Blitzed

    To be extremely drunk or hung over.

  • Apeshit

    To freak out so much that it's tempting to throw your poop around like an angry monkey.

  • Submarine Races

    Taking someone to the beach instead of make out point. You near the water and watch the submarines race (which is pretty uneventful, so you do something else to pass the time).

  • Narc

    Originally referred to "narcotics officers", but is now used to denote anyone who is there to snitch.

  • TBH

    Short for "To Be Honest"

  • Woke

    Awake / Aware of Power Structures - Being "Woke" means you are capable of thinking critically about society

  • ICYMI

    In case you missed it

  • MMORPG

    massively multiplayer online role-playing game - referring to a computer game that connects sometimes millions of players to an online gaming platform / community.

  • MMO

    Massive Multiplayer Online - referring to a computer game that connects sometimes millions of players to an online gaming platform / community.

  • PAP

    Post a picture - most commonly used on social media.

  • Triggered

    A sudden negative reaction to seeing, hearing or experiencing something upsetting or unsettling.

  • Orwellian

    Reminiscent of the dark, fictional work of writer George Orwell. Often used in reference to his dystopian account of a future totalitarian state in Nineteen Eighty-Four.

  • Basic

    Someone devoid of any defining characteristics that might make a person interesting, extraordinary or just simply worth one's attention.

  • RBF

    Resting Bitch Face - When you naturally relax your face and your expression makes you look angry, upset or displeased.

  • Clutch

    a positive affirmation.

  • NOP

    No Operation

  • FUX

    To try and fix; to mess around with to fix

  • Tight

    Good, Great, Exceptional

  • Shade

    Dismissive or acting without respect for someone

  • 45

    45 or forty-five, used when wanting to talk about Donald Trump without having to say the words "Donald trump"

  • LUV

    A more casual version of Love. Often used earlier in a relationship as to not scare your partner away by telling them you are in love with them.

  • FAM

    An abbreviation of Family. Used to refer to the people whom you consider closest to you.

  • OTP

    One True Pairing - a strong preference for two fictional characters to be portrayed together, romantically or otherwise.

  • GMT

    (1) Getting Me Tight - getting upset, frustrated or angry at a person or situation.

  • IMO

    In My Opinion - a term often used in social media. Dropping a quick IMO in before or after a bold statement can save you from many hours of debating a friend over a fairly pointless topic.

  • AF

    (1) As f***

  • SMH

    "shake my head"

  • YUCKY

    Disgusting, gross

  • B2B

    Business To Business

  • SNMP

    So not my problem

  • KUSH

    High grade marijuana

  • JPOP

    Japanese pop music

  • JK

    Just Kidding

  • GOTY

    Game of the Year

  • BNIP

    Brand New In Packaging