• 186 results
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
#101 Posted by Wrect (315 posts) -

also, "Stoked"

#102 Edited by glyn (382 posts) -

anything.com

FYI

#103 Posted by zudthespud (3281 posts) -

@panvixyl said:

"Hella."

#104 Posted by PistolPackinPoet (210 posts) -

Rad, Cool, Cat, Pops

#105 Posted by CatsAkimbo (626 posts) -

@JJWeatherman said:

'The bee's knees" is a common favorite of mine.

^ this. I also like throwing a curse word in for contrast, just 'cus it seems like such a nicey-nice phrase: "The bee's fucking knees"

#106 Posted by Fattony12000 (7416 posts) -

Jerkwad.

Peng.

Melt.

Loquacious.

Merk.

#107 Posted by Nev (548 posts) -

Gnarly, sketchy and stoked.

#108 Posted by Captain_Felafel (1573 posts) -

It's a hard-tie between "that's so money" and "boss".

#109 Posted by JadeGL (870 posts) -

"What's your damage?"

Thank you, Heathers.

Moderator Online
#110 Posted by Jimbo (9810 posts) -

Wizard.

#111 Posted by Ghost_of_Perdition (735 posts) -

Is totally out of date? Because I totally say totally too often.

#112 Posted by CookieMonster (2417 posts) -
#113 Edited by Trainer_Red (314 posts) -

"All that and a bag of chips"

EDIT:

Also, "FRACK"

Example: Frack you. The Frackin' dog ate my homework. What the Frack.

#114 Posted by Trainer_Red (314 posts) -

@JoeBigfoot said:

It started off as a joke, but I now say "Ace" all the time instead of "good" or "OK".

You're almost as bad as the guy who calls everyone "boss".

#115 Posted by ominousbedroom (233 posts) -

Da bomb, sick, sweet.
 
@kibafang666: I've never heard of that one.

#116 Posted by glyn (382 posts) -

Thematically

#117 Posted by MikkaQ (10288 posts) -

"Right on"

#118 Posted by Erock (34 posts) -

I say "jeepers creepers", sincerely, far too often.

#119 Posted by Box3ru13 (703 posts) -
#120 Posted by Godlyawesomeguy (6398 posts) -

"Dope"

#121 Posted by MankMachinery (54 posts) -

I say shits "totally bogus" sometimes.

#122 Posted by bybeach (4829 posts) -

I'll say 'cool' Been saying it all my life.

#123 Posted by BRich (437 posts) -

Basically every line from Gran Torino

#124 Posted by casper_ (903 posts) -

rad

#125 Posted by ajamafalous (11994 posts) -
@Animasta said:
Or use the cool radical hand signal (pinky/thumb out and waggle your hand, of course)
I STARTED DOING THIS A FEW WEEKS AGO AND IT'S AWESOME
Online
#126 Posted by WiredFolf (86 posts) -

Lately I've found myself saying "For Sure" more then I can ever remember.

#127 Posted by habster3 (3595 posts) -

@Sesiras said:

Gnarly, sketchy and stoked.

sketchy is out of date?...

oh dear...

#128 Posted by VisariLoyalist (2992 posts) -

i would say hella but hella will never go out of date it's hella good like that

#129 Posted by stryker1121 (1442 posts) -

Shiznit, the bomb and other urban terms any non-threatening suburban white boy used in the late 90s.

#130 Posted by dvdhaus (356 posts) -

"Like" would be like my word that is totally like overused.

#131 Posted by EPGPX (285 posts) -

old farts in cahoots lollygagging hootin' n hollering darn tootin shenanigans = mondo cool dang nabbit ya floozy

man there is no limit to the infinite slang out there but I gotta say, i'm quite the fan of surfer vernacular and yokel inbred talk

but i'm not a fan of hip hop slang naw mean

#132 Posted by Warfare (1634 posts) -

"Crispy"

#133 Posted by Sursh (243 posts) -

"Jive Turkey"

relieved; yet disappointed that no one has mentioned this yet.

#134 Posted by LastNinja (281 posts) -

@Sursh: Was gonna say that. Also jive-talkin'. Jive-talkin' jive turkey.

#135 Posted by Tomzombie (397 posts) -

bee's knees, don't trust him he's a bad egg. 

#136 Posted by Mrsignerman44 (1100 posts) -

Yo.

#137 Posted by cheddartyme (133 posts) -

daddy-o

#138 Posted by Dom (436 posts) -

Boourns

#139 Posted by madmanmaple89 (64 posts) -

"Suck it!!!"

#140 Posted by mordukai (7150 posts) -

@Sursh said:

"Jive Turkey"

relieved; yet disappointed that no one has mentioned this yet.

Took 130+ posts for someone to say that. props to you. Now in the spirits of things; I've been using the word "scram" a lot lately.

#141 Posted by YOU_DIED (703 posts) -

@EkajArmstro said:

mook

#142 Posted by envane (1163 posts) -

durries

#143 Posted by Mr_Misery (258 posts) -

Posse

#144 Posted by WickedFather (1733 posts) -

Smashing. I said it out of nowhere, by accident at a Christmas party and everyone took the piss. Now it's regularly on the menu. I've always said groovy and that ain't gonna stop.

"Shut up you fucking bender!" will never not be funny.

#145 Posted by Sploder (917 posts) -

I say rad a lot

also OT: 'dissing'

#146 Posted by Ravenlight (8040 posts) -

@WickedFather said:

Smashing. I said it out of nowhere, by accident at a Christmas party and everyone took the piss. Now it's regularly on the menu. I've always said groovy and that ain't gonna stop.

I'm going to have to try to add that one to my vocabulary.

#147 Posted by nate6858 (164 posts) -

@mordukai said:

@Sursh said:

"Jive Turkey"

relieved; yet disappointed that no one has mentioned this yet.

Took 130+ posts for someone to say that. props to you. Now in the spirits of things; I've been using the word "scram" a lot lately.

I think I might start using "scram" myself, good stuff.

#148 Posted by gamefreak9 (2359 posts) -

Cool story brov? I dno if its out of date. But I use it once every couple of days. Also i'm a chronic user of 'kickass', though that might be modern... though I have been using it for like 10 years.

#149 Posted by Apparatus_Unearth (3153 posts) -

Dope.

#150 Posted by Scrawnto (2450 posts) -

Rad - I use it all the time.

Janky - I've used this one for about 10 years now. As a programmer these days, it is more relevant to my day to day operations than ever.

Howdy - I didn't start to use this until after I left Oklahoma for California. I don't know if I felt obligated to be the Oklahoman or what, but I basically use it to mean "How do you do?" which I assume is its origin.

Bummer - Used it a lot as a kid, and it's made a come back in the last year since I try to avoid saying 'that sucks' around customers.

No dice - I heard it on an episode of the Simpsons and have used it since. I get the impression that most people I use it around are unfamiliar with the phrase.

Baller - Last but not least, it's already at least a half decade old, and I say it from time to time, most likely inspired by Ryan Davis and Justin McElroy. QED, it's pretty out of date.