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
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.
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 QED, it's pretty out of date.
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