Marissa’s Meme Dictionary

Marissa Q. Bennett, Staff Writer

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Ever hear one of those millennials say something and you just don’t understand what it memes? This handy-dandy dictionary is the perfect way to understand your friends when they talk about their slew of emotional issues!

Alexa Play Despacito
/ˈaleksˈa plā despôsētō/
Phrase

1. When one has experienced something troubling and wishes to display their emotion.
<This is so sad! Alexa play Despacito.>

 

B Emoji
/’b’/
Noun

1. A term used to refer to those known in meme culture.
2. A term of endearment to those with whom you share history.
<What’s bopping my 🅱️s?>

 

Boombastic
/bo͞ombāstik/
Adjective/Noun

1. A funky song.
2. Something funky.
<What an absolutely boombastic track, my dudes!>

 

Can I Get An F in the Chat?
/kan ī ɡet an f in T͟Hē CHat/
Phrase

1. When one has experienced a death/traumatic failing.
<Epic fail. Can I get an F in the chat my guys?>

 

F
/f/
Noun

1. Something Unfortunate.
2. A method of paying respect.
<I heard your grandma died yesterday. I wanted to come over to F.>

 

Gucci
/ɡo͞oCHē/
Adjective

1. Reference to valuable possessions.
2. Another word for “cool”
<Look at this gucci wristwatch!>

 

Hate That
/hāt T͟Hat/
Phrase

1. When one wants to express displeasure.
<Oof, I hate that>

 

Highkey
/hīkē/
Sentence Enhancer

1. Adding emphasis.
2. Noting that they care deeply about whatever they’re talking about.
<Highkey, I wish Mr. Graphite would stop talking about his personal problems.>

 

Honestly
/änəstlē/
Sentence Enhancer

1. Expressing displeasure.
2. Expressing honesty.
<I honestly wish Jeffery would stop talking about the 2018 election.>

 

I Can’t Even
/ī kant ēvən/
Sentence

1. Expressing displeasure/disbelief.
2. When one is fed up with a situation.
<I can’t even believe this is happening.>

 

L
/l/
Noun

1. A loss.
2. To lose something.
<We just took the fattest L.>

 

Lit
/lit/
Noun

1. Something that sparks joy.
<That tractor is pretty lit.>

 

Literally
/lidərəlē/
Sentence Enhancer

1. Expressing displeasure.
2. Expressing confusion.
<You’re serious? This is literally happening?>

 

Love That
/ləv T͟Hat/
Sentence Enhancer

1. Expressing Appreciation.
<Wow, love that.>

 

Lowkey
/lōkē/
Sentence Enhancer

1. Adding Emphasis.
2. When one wants to comment on something without making it a big out of said thing.
<Lowkey, I’m really worried I won’t be able to afford a good college education.>

 

Mood
/mo͞od/
Sentence

1. When one can relate to whatever the respondee has just said.
2. When one shares an emotion with another.
<That egg is a giant mood, lol.>

 

Me
/mē/
Noun

1. When one can relate to a feeling or character.
<Haha, that toy pig is me.>

 

Meme
/mēm/
Noun

1. A typically funny photo with words on it.
<Hey, do you want to see a meme?>

 

Oof
/o͞of/
Noun

1. A reaction to something troubling.
2. A reaction to being punched in the stomach.
<Oof. That breakup text hurt.>

 

Roast
/rōst/
Noun

1. An particularly scathing insult.
<Woooah, that guy totally roasted you.>

 

Salt
/sôlt/
Noun

1. A jealous remark or person.
<Ooh, that’s a lot of salt for one morning.>

 

Same
/sām/
Adjective

1. When one can relate with something said.
<Same. I feel that.>

 

Sisters
/ˈsistərs/
Noun

1. Your squad.
2. A reference to someone’s crown.
<Okay my sisters, it’s time to bust his tiers.>

 

T-Pose
/t-pōz/
Noun

1. An erect posture in which the t-pose-e is standing with his arms spread wide. This move usually resembles the letter T. This posture is meant to elicit fear or to establish dominance.
<Oh no, that guy is totally T-posing on you. Are you gonna T-pose back?>

 

Thicc
/THik/
Noun

1. Something or someone with a high density.
2. An object or person that is larger than what is normal.
<That goat? She’s hella thicc.>

 

Stan
/stan/
Adjective/Noun

1. A fan of a person or an action.
2. Support of an action.
<That hat? I stan.>

 

Tea
/tē/
Noun

1. Rumours or exclusive information.
<The fresh tea today is that Carol was seen playing roblox with another man.>

 

Vine
/vīn/
Noun

1. A seven second humorous video.
<Did you see that vine I sent you? It’s pure comedy gold.>

 

Wig
/wiɡ/
Noun

1. A sense of composure in a person.
2. Losing a wig is a reference to being caught off guard by a political viewpoint.
<My wig has been snatched.>

 

Wild
/wīld/
Adjective

1. A reference to an unusual situation.
<The bus broke down yesterday? That’s wild.>

 

Yee Haw
/yēˈhô/
Phrase

1. An exclamation when something good or wild has occurred.
2. A greeting for those you feel comfortable around.
<Yee Haw my guys. What’s going down?>

 

This Ain’t It Chief
/T͟His ānt it CHēf/
Phrase

1. One failing a simple task.
2. A reaction to something cursed or troubling.
<Wow, this ain’t it chief.>

 

Yeet
/yēˈt/
Verb

1. Throwing something/someone.
<This bottle is empty. YEET.>

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