10 trending hashtags that helped us add the last slang words to our dictionary


Alice Peter, Aug 23, 2021

Hashtag Day (Source: Shutterstock)

Hashtag Day (Source: Shutterstock)

How often do we use hashtags in our social media posts and sometimes even in our daily conversations? #Every time, haha! Today, on the occasion of ‘Hashtag Day’ we celebrate this day by recognizing the hashtags that are so fashionable. We not only use them in our social media accounts, but also in our everyday languages. Here is a list of some cum hashtags Jargon words that we can’t get enough of along with their meanings for those who want to add them to their dictionary.

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1. #Kill

Kill

Kill

Weather ‘kill‘in its true sense means to kill or murder, the version of urban slang has a more positive connotation attached to it. The generation now uses the word ‘kill‘to describe a time or person who has done something extraordinarily well.

2. #About last night

#about last night

#about last night

Until a few years ago, we often described the cold scenes or party scenes that took place the night before, even when we wrote about it in the caption. But now you can post a photo or show someone a photo and say “#About last night“. The photo you are showing is go to Be self-explanatory about what you did or how fun it was the night before.

3. #Fire

Fire

Fire

You must have seen the fire emoji that is used multiple times to describe how much someone likes a photo, amirita? You can also use this four letter word as a response when you need to mention how good or awesome something is.

4. #Team

Team

Team

This term is so flexible to use and has also been modified according to the occasion. The literal meaning of the word ‘team‘is group or team. Now depending on the occasion, you can add a prefix like #groomsquad, #bridesquad, #girlsquad, #officesquad or you can even use it as is.

5. #Kween

Kween

Kween

Quite inspired by the word ‘Queen’, this word in all its urban splendor means rogue. When you even say this word, you feel the need to add that cheeky accent she too. For instance, “Yes, Kween! “,”Of course I do, Kween!“. You understand the essence amirita?

6. #Fam

Fam

Fam

A shortened form of the word ‘family’, this word is used so often and is an informal and casual form. jargon. You can use the word ‘fam‘when you write or talk about your family or even your followers on social media, who are often called fam.

7. #AND

AND

AND

This word initially meant ‘original gangster’. But the word ‘AND‘then it also started to be used as a faster way of saying or writing the word’ Original ‘. Over a period of time, most people have gotten so used to saying the word ‘AND’ that almost became commonplace Jargon use.

8. #Bawse

Bawse

Bawse

This term is often used to describe someone who conquers his life as a whole. This person succeeds quite confidently despite the circumstances. It is not just about surviving situations, but also about conquering them.

9. #Illuminated

Illuminated

Illuminated

Illuminated‘is a word used to simply describe something that is amazing or excellent. While many often use it on social media, in everyday conversations it is used to describe a product, event, or moment, if it is, it was quite impressive!

10. #Drug

Drug

Drug

The word ‘Drug‘has been around for a long time. And even today, it’s often used on social media as a hashtag or even verbally as a response to describe something really cool. We have honestly lost count of the number of times we use this word alone to describe something that we find absolutely amazing.

So here are some words we’ve learned through social media hashtags that are so catchy. TbhWe eventually started adding them to our daily conversations as well. Probably on a daily basis, we use at least one of these, amirita? Do you have a favorite or reference word from this list? Let us know in the comments. Also, on a side note, we hope that everyone reading this will stay home and have been vaccinated.




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