As we age, the kiddos are creating new slang terms that confuse us. Did you know that instead of saying jams, the term is now "BOPS" and "JAMS" are only used to refer to OLD songs. How does that make you feel? Angry? It made us feel a little angry.
Here are some more:
"Clap back" . . . to respond to an insult with an equal or greater insult.
"Crackie" . . . someone who uses a Juul or smokes cigarettes.
"Hop off" . . . another way of saying "mind your own business."
"No cap" . . . "capping" means lying. So "no cap" means "no lie" or "for real."
"Put someone on" . . . the act of getting someone to embrace a new trend.
"Rashing" . . . to make fun of someone.
"Smacks" . . . a tasty treat.
"Snack" . . . a person who looks good or attractive.
"Take the L" . . . as in "take the loss." Like if you failed a test or got dumped, someone might say, "take the L" and move on.