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I spent the morning writing some emails for a tween girl website and after a couple of hours of LOLspeak, Internet acronyms, and overly effusive punctuation I had a little trouble switching gears back into my more sedate grown-up style. I kept wanting to punctuate all my Twitter comments with strings of smileys and !!!! !!!! !!!!s.

It was ridiculously fun to connect with my inner tween and to try to remember what it was like to be that young and innocent. I had no trouble going for the exuberance, but I did hit a rocky patch when trying to find appropriate adjectives.

I mean, tweens don’t say groovy, cool, rockin‘, or rad, right? And I’m pretty sure they don’t have a “blast” anymore. Nor do they chill.

So help me out people. What’s the correct lingo here? Because I tried to check out a couple tween actresses’ blogs to see how the kids really talk and I just got creeped out by the grown men leaving leery comments.

Help? Anyone? Beuler? (See? I bet tweens wouldn’t even get that reference. Man I’m old.)

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  • @JamiMiami

    I have a teen and tween. Favorite sayings around this house, right now is EPIC. Epic win, epic fail, totally, awesome, cool, random, nerd – love how that’s come back and lastly “super” is an all-time favorite. Of course, we don’t laugh anymore, we LOL and leetspeak is the language of choice. I’d love to go back to rad, fab, dork, and gag. But hey, it’s their world now! I’m just a guest. 😉

  • hmm..working with adolescents in a psych unit-I heard plenty of these. Trying to remember…
    Fierce
    hard
    hot
    I’ll have to keep racking my brain.

  • Hmm, maybe watch some High School Musical movies for homework?

  • I have a 14 year old girl & a 12 year old boy. Here in NY, they tell me that “ill” and “sick” both mean cool. I also hear my daughter say “random” on occasion.

  • Hum… I’ll ask my sitter tomorrow. But sadly enough – even she may be too old!

  • This is a tough one but I have heard terms like “hot” and “sick” used also.

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