Forkortelser og slangs gør på mange måder vores liv lettere, fordi vi ikke behøver at skrive laaaange sætninger, når vi sms’er eller chatter. I stedet kan vi bare skrive IDEK eller AF. Men på samme tid gør det også vores liv besværligt, for det kan altså godt være lidt svært at finde rundt i, hvad de forskellige forkortelser og slangs betyder.

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Askfm har offentliggjort en liste over de slangs, der bliver brugt mest af teens på sitet, og en forklaring på, hvad de betyder. Hvor mange af dem kender du meningen af? Få svarene i bunden af artiklen.

1. PAP, 2. Bad, 3. Ship, 4. :3, 5. IDEK, 6. IKR, 7. OOTD, 8. SMH, 9. Dime, 10. THOT, 11. Netflix and chill, 12. Savage, 13. AF, 14. TBR, 15. Peep, 16. Slept, 17. GOAT, 18. No chill, 19. Likers get rate, 20. Frog emoji + coffee cup emoji

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Svar:

1. "Post a picture", 2. "Just like the olden days of parents' yore, bad still means good but it has shifted slightly and means something even more positive like hot", 3. "Short for relationship", 4. "A symbol meant to represent the cat face made by anime characters when they say something clever, sarcastic, or comment on something cute", 5. "I don't even know", 6. "I know, right?", 7. "Outfit of the day", 8. "Shaking my head", 9. "The highest rating on a scale of 1-10; used to share approval or express how good something is", 10. "That ho over there", 11. "Code for hooking up", 12. "Used to describe something that is hardcore or extreme, in a good way", 13. "As f--k", 14. "To be rude", 15. "Can refer either to friends (your people), or to look at/listen to (e.g. peep this)", 16. "Can refer to hitting someone hard enough to knock them out, missing out on something awesome, or to be extremely high", 17. "Greatest of all time", 18. "Used to describe someone who is being irrational", 19. "A phrase that implies the original poster will rank anyone that likes/comments/answers a post, typically around how cool they are perceived to be or how they look; also used to incent followers to like posts to get something (usually indicated in the post) in return", 20. "Based off a popular meme of Kermit the Frog drinking a cup of tea, teens use this emoji combo to sarcastically imply ‘but that's none of my business' or ‘I'm just saying'".

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