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These are arguably some of the most popular slang terms from the 90's. You have to get the term exactly how it's said/spelled.
meant that you were just kidding. It was used after a sentence that was false.
while still used today, was at the height of its usage in the 90's as a comeback to anything you didn't have a real response to.
meant the same thing it does now; someone who is a failure. Think, 1st verse of 'All Star 'by Smashmouth
meant that someone or something was the best, so adding this thinly sliced and deep fried/baked potato to the mix meant they were the best and then some!
didn't mean 'complaining' in the 90s; it meant that something was totally awesome! Using it with your girlfriend/wife could 'totally' get you in trouble.
wasn't the uniform nurses and doctors wear or the act of cleaning something, it was a slacker, good for nothing guy. damn you TLC
means going crazy or freaking out, and it referred to the rash of postal workers in the 90s that went a little off their rockers and did things like shoot up the post office.
did not mean overweight, it meant something was cool or awesome. (Correct spelling of said word is required)
simply meant 'Come on, let's go!
meant that you didn't want to hear what the person was saying. The latter part of the phrase which was seldom used, ended with 'cause the face ain't listenin'.'
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