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Discussion in 'Announcements' started by Richard, May 29, 2019.
Like the headline says.
Looks like this;
What does "stoke" mean?
Yes, you're right..
that lingo is probably a bit long in the tooth now.
@Donzah will know what suitable vernacular the cool kids are uttering in the streets these days.
That's me 15min after a conversation with my son and his friends whilst they pre-load for a Friday night out.
I thought the word was "woke"? But snow is always white (except when it's not), so I suppose it's not woke.
Stoke is good.
No word has ever evolved to replace it...
"keep the stoke"
"feel the stoke"
"look at the stoke"
Takes a bit of froth to get stoked at an older age. However the stoke is stronger.
Revel in the stoke
Isn't it the vibe these days?
“It’s an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us; it binds the galaxy together.”
Uni days in the 80's were: "We are absolutely stoked about . . . . . " meaning we are very excited.
So, so, true.
Its pointless trying to keep up with the cool kids
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