Teenagers throughout the generations have created their own iteration of the English language. Gen X’ers’ “rads”, “gag me with a spoon”s, and “psyche!”s, have given way to Gen Z’ers’ “lit”, “we love that”, and “nunya”. Ya feel me?
Well, thankfully, Massachusetts teacher, Mr. James Callahan created a Gen Z dictionary for those of us challenged to speak the latest iteration of Teenager.
And, many thanks to @mewtailv2 for doing the Gen Z thing—tweeting Mr. Callahan’s work, even though the Tweets have since been deleted. Now, parents, educators and others who regularly work with Gen Z’ers are hopefully able to surmount the generation gap and potentially communicate more effectively.