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These include a few of my own from living with a teen and working with a millennial! Fam - A person’s group of friends, but can also sometimes be used to reference just one member of that tight inner circle. Similar to “cool,” but with an added emphasis on the fact that it’s fresh and current.Example: “Jesse’s party last weekend was totally lit, why weren’t you there? Turnt - Describes an excessive state of excitement, hype, or overall craziness.When I was home, it was a time of relaxation and surfing the internet.The chat rooms amused me because everyone acted like they were in charge of the world.This new lexicon is a positive thing as long as they are not too secretive and parents are aware of the meaning of what kids are texting away…Here are 50 most un-common and common ones: All this teen text speak (txtspk) is hugely adopted by the millennial and on average American teens text away some 3,300 text messages every month (2012).
But that doesn’t mean the issues and costs have vanished, or that “it’s just an issue among right-wing prudes.” The societal costs of pornography are staggering. D, psychologist and former Deputy Assistant Health and Human Services Secretary, “two recent reports, one by the American Psychological Association on hyper-sexualized girls, and the other by the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy on the pornographic content of phone texting among teenagers, make clear that the digital revolution is being used by younger and younger children to dismantle the barriers that channel sexuality into family life.One of the things that makes teen’s chats so quick and secret is their use of Internet shorthand language and acronyms because they have mastered the need and art of speaking out and living it like YOLO (you only live once)!It does require use of numbers, characters and different kind of punctuation so instant messaging doesn’t necessary is bad for academia.Note that several of these words — woke, squad goals, to name a few — have roots in black culture, with specific meanings and history.There's an active debate on whether using these words, if you're not black, is a form of cultural appropriation that co-ops black culture to seem cool (think fashion, music) while ignoring historic racism.