11 Done To Death Internet-y Things To Stop Saying In 2016
Tell your whole #squad. Except don’t say “squad”
2016 is upon us! Rather than introduce unrealistic fitness goals (no, not #goals), instate oppressive dietary restrictions, and attempt to sober up, as we bid adieu to 2015, why not take a moment to Marie Kondo examine the way we speak?
Here, a complete list of everything we exhausted over the last 12 months, and a few phrases that we plan to ruin this year.
Basic: Let’s be more imaginative.
Mood: You’re a National Geographic animal. OMG. Lol.
YAS: Because I still don’t know what it really means.
#Goals: If everything is #goals, then what is really goals?
No new friends: We get it, your squad is super selective.
Which brings us to #squad: Thank you, Taylor Swift for the most done-to-death trope of 2015
On fleek: Even less forgivable when used ironically at this point
I can’t: You can
Tho: It’s time to add the “ugh” back in
#Blessed: Blessed can be unofficially traced back to every award acceptance speech Beyonce has ever given. Which brings us to “lit”: RIP lit, which died on December 25th, 2015 with every illuminated Christmas tree on Instagram captioned, “It’s lit.”
What still kicks…
WHAT ARE THOSE? Because how else are we supposed to identify Jordans, Lip Kits, alleged engagement rings, etc.?
F*ckboy: Until a new name for men still wearing man-buns and texting “u up?” at 2 a.m. enters the vernacular, “f*ckboy” stays.