22 (New) Words Every 20-Something Needs to Start Using

You know that frustrating feeling you get when you are trying to think of the word for something, but you can’t think of it or come up with one? Sometimes words just slip our minds, but other times it’s frustrating because we are trying to describe something, but the words we’re using aren’t exactly what we’re going for.
Yet there are many scenarios, types of people, and feelings that most millennials can relate to– that feeling of shame when Netflix asks you if you want to “continue watching,” the person in class who always has a question and has to challenge the teacher at every opportunity, knowing it’s rude to text at dinner but telling yourself it’s okay because everyone else is too. Wouldn’t it be nice if we had words to actually term these types of things?
Introducing 22 new words every twenty-something needs to start incorporating into their conversations. Although these words aren’t officially recognized by Webster (yet), they definitely need to be. They perfectly describe, most using a pun or play on words, so many of the feelings and experiences we have during our college years.
Bedgasm (n): feeling of euphoria experienced when climbing into bed at the end of a very long day
Anecdoche (n): a conversation in which everyone is talking but nobody is listening
Vemodalen (n): the frustration of photographing something amazing when thousands of identical photos already exist
Nonversation (n) a completely pointless conversation; small talk
Textpectation (n): the anticipation felt when waiting for a response to a text

Antistalking (v): learning a persons routine in order to avoid them
Harassenger (n): someone very critical of your driving; like a backseat driver but in the passenger seat
Askhole (n): someone who asks many stupid, pointless, or obnoxious questions
Dopplebanger (n): a person who has sexual intercourse with someone who looks identical to them but it is not related
Labourhood (n.): the area where you work
Fauxpology (n): an excuse or attempt to shift blame disguised as an apology

Mantrum (n): the childish rage displayed by a grown man when he doesn’t get his way
Chairdrobe (n): piling clothes on a chair in place of a closet or dresser
Trollmates (n): two people destined to troll each other forever
Boregasm (n): peak boredom; a climax of disinterest
Hiberdating (v): when a person ignores their friends in favour of a boyfriend/girlfriend

Mondaze (n): the spaced-out state particular to Monday mornings
Textrovert (n): a person who feels more comfortable talking over text than to your face
Cellfish (n): an individual who continues talking on their phone so as to be rude or inconsiderate of other people
Ambitchous (adj): striving to be more of a bitch than the average bitch
Masturdating (n): going out alone to a movie or restaurant
DejaBrew (v): slowly remembering things you did while drunk

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