Top 28 expressions “of young people” to say that you died of laughter, it will beat you up

Among the things that differentiate Gen Z from millennials and the rest of the world is the use of words. You can imagine that the people of 1975, or even the people of 1995, do not have the same way of speaking as the people of 2005. So if you thought that saying “lol” was going to make you cool with young people, c missed, you can watch Julie Lescaut and Code Quantum again. “Mdrrr” to the limit. But if you really want to put in the effort and invest your time to endear yourself to this generation, here are the best expressions to use to express laughter, and the contexts in which they should not be taken out. You have been warned.

1. It bothers me

Non-contextualization: When your friend just crashed into your gate with his clio while coming to pick you up.

2. It beats me up

Non-contextualization: When you accompany your friend to the police station after an armed robbery.

3. It smokes me

Non-contextualization: When your asthmatic little brother is having a seizure.

4. I’m on the ground

Non-contextualization: When your friend with a nut allergy forgot to take her syringes.

5. Death

Non-contextualization: When your aunt is in Covid intensive care.

6. I’m dead

Non-contextualization: When your aunt is unfortunately no longer in Covid intensive care.

7. Is it to kill me?

Non-contextualization: When your girl tells you she wants you to spend more time together.

8. I die

Non-contextualization: When you pass your license point recovery course.

9. I’m split

Non-contextualization: When the hood just cracked.

10. I’m bursting with laughter

Non-contextualization: When the customer in front of you at the pharmacy comes to buy a cream for anal fissures.

11. *The emoji that cries rivers of tears*

Non-contextualization: When your friend tells you about her super difficult delivery.

12. Jejejejejejeje

Non-contextualization: When you got kidnapped by a Mexican drug cartel.

13. mkvijvijaurhva (or any other ramdom letter sequence)

Non-contextualization: When you’re talking to your quadriplegic buddy.

14. I screamed

Non-contextualization: When the police show up to tell you to turn the music down.

15. It’s Too Much

Non-contextualization: When your best friend asks you to be his wedding witness and organize his EVJF.

16. I Cry

Non-contextualization: When you’re in the same room as two friends having sex.

17. I’m in tears

Non-contextualization: When your friend tells you she’s pregnant.

18. I cry

Non-contextualization: When your friend announces to you that she is finally no longer pregnant.

19. Bye

Non-contextualization: When your boyfriend for 10 years proposes to you in front of the whole restaurant.

20. I’m exploded

Non-contextualization: When a soldier explains his job to you on the day of citizen appeal.

21. I’m exterminated

Non-contextualization: When you try to be buddy buddy with a white bear.

22. I’m broken

Non-contextualization: When you’re at the funeral of your uncle who had a car accident.

23. KOOOOOO

Non-contextualization: When your cousin tells you she’s going to start chemo for her lung cancer.

24. It’s got me wired

Non-contextualization: When your grandmother asks you to unplug her.

25. Jpeps

Non-contextualization: When your friend tells you he’s on the verge of burnout because of his job.

26. I Crack

Non-contextualization: When your boyfriend tells you that you won’t be able to have sex for a few days because he’s freaked out.

27. Bars

Non-contextualization: When your best friend just got dumped.

28. *Skull Emojis*

Non-contextualization: When your friend tells you that his grandfather died.

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