You shouldn't lie to bae. Or call her bae.
@The Handlebar , bae always finds out
@The Handlebar , or use terms like turnt.
@Titaintium, jesus, what do you people do at school, cause I use slang like in the pic, and I don't know anyone who doesn't understand them/ hate them like you guys seem to
@Michael Fassbender, lol. I'm 22 I was getting outta school when these terms started poping up. Quite honestly I don't mind. The high school crowd will always try to individualize themselfs with terms and ideas and I think your association with those terms stay with you. Like in a few years you will still use Bea and stuff but the kids will be saying baybae or some shjt and you will be like "you silly rascals!" It's all a mater of perspective and you must try to appreciate that everybody's different and "your way. Isn't the right way.
So I will tolerate your freedom to use those terms. But you must, in return, tolerate my freedom to call it silly. Moderate. Tolerate. And Hate!!! "You little fvcks!" That is all. Sorry for the long post.
@Titaintium, only problem is that I'm not having children😎
Turnt? What the fvck are these weird new words and what do they mean
@CreepingCharlie , in addition to space hobo's definition, it can also mean "I have no idea what the English language is or how to use it." The definition you go by generally depends on your social circle and/or your age.
@CreepingCharlie , Turnt: having consumed many alcoholic beverages to the point of medium to high inebriation in a social setting, usually at a large party or club consisting of many others in this same state. Bitches and money optional
@CreepingCharlie , to be turnt = be drunk/high/whatever to the point where you start doing things you wouldn't do sober. Example: I said I only wouldn't have any more sweets, however after getting turnt with the boys and returning home I cleaned out the fridge. Turnt is similar to getting krunk or party level
@SaucySuprise, I hope this helps
@CreepingCharlie , it's short for getting turned up, which is like getting wild or hype I guess. Like if a party is hyping up.
@Space Hobo, your explanation got me turnt.
@CreepingCharlie , actually turnt just means having a really good time. I don't know where everyone else is getting their definitions from, but it doesn't HAVE to involve being drunk or high.
@Raw Dogging Randoms, most people are getting their definitions from what they consider the word to mean. You can do that with made up words.
@Ford9863, but weren't all words made up at one point? *mind blown*
@Ford9863, but even though it's slang it still has a meaning/definition.
@Raw Dogging Randoms, yeah, true, but being slang leaves it open for a wider interpretation as to what it means. Plus, I lost my train of thought, what with the mind blowing and all.
@Ford9863, true it can leave it open for interpretation but only if it's loosely used. Whenever I hear the word "turnt" it's always used in the sense of having a great time or being hyped up
@Raw Dogging Randoms, well, I learned something today.
@Ford9863, *the more you know*
@Space Hobo, ah. I was told it was akin to being "twisted" witch in hindsire also sounds rsilly.
True bro holding up that napkin
I just literally did the same thing 10 min ago lol
That's slick. I'm gonna use that next time
Turnt on red bull and pasta YOLO
He looks like that guy on the episode of That's So Raven when Chelsea's dog had the same name as him
Turnt is eating spaghetti in a restaurant??
@Murphlins, turnt his spaghetti on his spoon
Slang so coooool
Seems the only way to be cool nowadays is to make up nonsense words and give them some easily expessible meaning
@a shiny haunter, perhaps it would be easier if someone bothered to explain what turnt meant. From the pic, it looks like he's lying and at a restaurant with friends.