Here's a fun game, adults! Try to choose the correct meaning of the phrases I have recently heard my teenage sons say:
1. Waking up is such an L
a. Waking up every day with a roof over my head, clothes to wear and food to eat is such a privilege that I am eternally grateful for
b. Why does High School have to be so damn early?
2. On god
b. Let's take up fencing, but with a British accent
3. Straight litty
a. Very cool
b. Vertical and tiny
4. This pasta slaps
a. I can totally hit you with this item intended for consumption
b. A tray of this vodka penne made to feed about 25 people wasn't quite enough, more please Mom.
5. The back of your sweatshirt drips so hard
a. Dude, ever hear of an umbrella?
b. The graphic design on the reverse side of your sweatshirt is visually appealing to me.
|Some folks memorialize their kids' childhoods by bronzing their baby shoes, I do it by writing pithy weekly blog posts.|
1-b (but surely they also mean a)