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the Rona

English United States

Reference USED On Occasion BY Young People

(n.) A female name used to refer to the corona virus.

“Did you hear they canceled classes cause of the Rona?”


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to drink the Kool-Aid

English United States

Reference USED Frequently BY Almost Everyone

When someone has been persuaded to join a cause due to peer pressure. Meaning a persuasive personality has gotten you to believe in their cause. Usually has a negative connotation. This is a reference to the Jonestown mass suicide of 1978 when a cult leader mixed cyanide in Kool-Aid and had his followers drink it.

“Did you see Sue today?” “Yeah, she really drank the Kool-aid didn’t she?”


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legit

English United States

Slang USED Very frequently BY Teens

(adj.) Short for “legitimate”. Used like “cool.” Meaning new, exciting, in fashion, etc.

"Your coat is legit”


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dope

English United States

Slang USED Frequently BY Teens

(adj.) Used the same way as “cool.”

Note: Originally, “dope” was a reference to illegal drugs.

“Did you see my new AirPods?” “Dude! Those are so dope!”


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John Hancock

English United States

Standard Phrase USED Frequently BY Some People

(n.) Used in place of “signature.” A reference to a man who signed the Declaration of Independence. Known for signing the document the largest.

“Hey, I need your John Hancock before you go.”


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