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These Are All of the Slang Terms You're Too Old to Use After 40

Best Life Logo By Bob Larkin of Best Life | Slide 1 of 81: Using slang can be fun. When you throw bae or lit into a conversation, it can feel like you're part of a secret club, using a coded language that only the select few understand. Here's the sad reality, though: Using slang, especially if you're 40 or older, makes you look less hip and more like you're going through a mid-life crisis. It's sort of like wearing a bad toupee—you're not fooling anybody. Keep reading to learn the slang words and phrases that you need to officially retire from your vocabulary if you're 40 or older. And for more lingo you should lose, check out 20 Slang Terms From the 1990s No One Uses Anymore.Read the original article on Best Life.

These Are All of the Slang Terms You're Too Old to Use After 40

Using slang can be fun. When you throw bae or lit into a conversation, it can feel like you're part of a secret club, using a coded language that only the select few understand. Here's the sad reality, though: Using slang, especially if you're 40 or older, makes you look less hip and more like you're going through a mid-life crisis. It's sort of like wearing a bad toupee—you're not fooling anybody. Keep reading to learn the slang words and phrases that you need to officially retire from your vocabulary if you're 40 or older. And for more lingo you should lose, check out 20 Slang Terms From the 1990s No One Uses Anymore.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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