Generation X-ers and Millennials just can't seem to get along. They don't enjoy the same music, they don't have the same understanding for fashion, and they - many times - don't understand each other.
Well, things are about to get cleared up. "IDK?" is a show where a Gen-Xer and a Millennial try to decipher the other's slanguange.
Here are a list of words that will be used on the show:
Deck: To hit or punch someone
deck - beat someone up— child size timb tied to a fence (@_nick_macaroni_) January 2, 2018
decked - to get beat up
“he decked him in one punch!”
deck the halls but instead of decorating the halls, you literally punch them— Kat Gonzaba (@katgonzaba) December 25, 2017
Cushioning: side pieces in case things go left with main piece
I preferred it when all of these "new" #datingtrends were called by their original name: being an asshole.#roaching #ghosting #cushioning #slowfade #zombieing #draking #breadcrumbing #catfishing #lovebombing #phubbing #stashing #andthelistgoeson pic.twitter.com/qUKNk43sBo— Olivia Strawberry (@excitedstrwbrry) November 20, 2017
Mint: Really cool
Tweaking: when someone is annoying