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Famous internet slags you must know

The term “slag” is sometimes used as a derogatory slang word to insult or criticize someone, particularly in the United Kingdom. However, it is essential to promote respectful language and avoid using offensive terms when referring to individuals or groups.

If you were referring to famous internet memes or slang, then some popular ones:

“Rickrolling”: The act of tricking someone into clicking a hyperlink that leads to Rick Astley’s music video for “Never Gonna Give You Up.”

“LOLcats”: Pictures of cats with humorous captions, often using poor grammar, like “I Can Has Cheezburger?”

“Pepe the Frog”: A cartoon character that became a meme, although it was later associated with controversial and offensive content.

“Distracted Boyfriend”: A stock photo showing a man looking at another woman while his girlfriend looks disapprovingly at him.

“Doggo,” “Pupper,” and “Bork”: Internet slang for dogs, typically used humorously.

“Yasss”: An exclamation of excitement or agreement, often written as “Yasss queen!”

“FOMO” (Fear of Missing Out): The feeling of anxiety or insecurity caused by the belief that others are having more enjoyable experiences.

“Troll”: Someone who deliberately stirs up controversy or provokes others online for attention or amusement.

“BAE”: Before Anyone Else (often used to refer to a significant other)

“BTW” : By The Way

“GG”: Good Game

“JK”: Just Kidding

TBT: Throwback Thursday (used when sharing old photos or memories on Thursdays)

“LOL”: Laugh Out Loud

“BRB”: Be Right Back

“AFK”: Away From Keyboard

“IMO” : In My Opinion

“SMH”: Shaking My Head

“DM” : Direct Message

“TL;DR”: Too Long; Didn’t Read

“TFW”: That Feeling When

“FOMO”: Fear Of Missing Out

Remember, internet culture is constantly evolving, and new memes and slangs may have emerged since my last update. It’s always a good idea to stay respectful and be cautious about using terms that may be offensive to others

This article has been written by Jyoti Singh, working as an intern in Vidhan News.