Some terms stand the test of time, while others fizzle out as quickly as they caught on. Whether you wish these phrases were still widely used or are thankful they disappeared forever, ready yourself for some serious nostalgia. Here are 23 millennial words and phrases no one uses anymore.
A silly way to shoot ideas down.
An insult toward a fool.
An expression of great disgust at a suggested fictional outcome.
A phrase used when one is triumphant. (Also, the title of a bad movie from 2004.)
A strong confirmation, often to increase camaraderie.
A numbered code for asking information.
A request for communication through the technology gadget, the pager.
A playful way to ask what one’s close pals are doing at a certain moment.
An exaggerated phrase when an answer should be viewed as obvious.
An insult used when one deems something or someone as exceedingly (f*cking) ugly.
An insult retort.
A wish for one to relax and calm down.
Wearing a great outfit on the dancefloor and having a great time. (Nah, nah, nah, nah, nah, nah, nah.)
An eclectic sayings to indicate something or someone is better than good.
Something disgusting to the maximum limits.
An expression of great uncomfort; possibly scared and/or in awe.
Extreme distaste for an unpleasant situation.
An aggravated way to ask what is someone’s problem.
Used after what someone says or does that is noticeably (very) awkward.
An insult with a substitute that suggests another challenging (possibly disgusting) act.
A joyful reaction toward winning, accomplishing greatness or excitement.
A word to indicate teasing after a joke the receiver may have not understood.
A gesture and/or phrase that indicates excitement or the need to get a party started.
Unfortunately, this one is not deceased everywhere (yet).