teens in the 1990s Facts
teens in the 1990s Facts
As If

20 Slang Terms From the 1990s No One Uses Anymore

These phrases sound more dated than grunge music.

1970s family road trip in car, 1970s nostalgia
1970s family road trip in car, 1970s nostalgia
Dazed and Confused

The Best Slang Terms from the '70s No One Uses

These phrases are still totally cool—psych!

asian mother and daughter looking at a phone screen together, laughing in a cafe
asian mother and daughter looking at a phone screen together, laughing in a cafe
Cool Beans

The Most Popular Slang Word From Every Year

Were you born in the "mondo" or the "dishy" era?

white female teacher working with a group of school children in the 1980s
white female teacher working with a group of school children in the 1980s
To the Max

The Best Slang Terms From the '80s No One Uses

It's about time these phrases expired.

young white man and black man talking at work
young white man and black man talking at work
TL;DR

100 Slang Words That Dominated the Last Decade

We stan these fun dictionary additions.

excited women sharing did you know facts
excited women sharing did you know facts
Test of Time

20th Century Slang Terms No One Uses Anymore

Walk down memory lane with these rad sayings.

Three young white male friends celebrating St. Patrick's Day in an Irish pub
Three young white male friends celebrating St. Patrick's Day in an Irish pub
Erin go Bragh

20 Irish Sayings That Are Surprisingly Useful

Especially if you're in the mood to curse someone.

Southern belles in parade
Southern belles in parade
Fixin' to Learn.

24 Colorful Southern Sayings You Need to Know

Class is in session, y'all.

girl reading book or dictionary, new words coined
girl reading book or dictionary, new words coined
Loose Language

25 Everyday Words That Once Meant Something Else

News flash: Nice used to be a not-so-nice term.

The One Word Older People Should Never Say
The One Word Older People Should Never Say
Aging Adverbs

The One Word Older People Should Never Say

Here's the word one linguist says to avoid.