Your new dress is amazeballs!
More than just awesome. Very spectacular. Used for joy and elation.
Dinner was awesome sauce. You rock!
blood brother = good friend.
Yo, blud. What time you coming over?
Stop stressing, go chillax.
Definitely, my good friend.
You coming out tonight? Deffo babe.
The new 50 Cent release is dope.
Added to the end of an emotion for emphasis.
I'm bored dot com.
He is going to be angry dot com when he finds out.
Something has gone extremely wrong.
I turned up on the wrong day. Epic fail!
I need to cover my face with my hand as that's so daft.
A compound of Facebook and raped.
Used if your account is hacked and someone edits your information.
Sorry, I was fraped. I'm not selling Viagra.
Filled with rage.
These ridiculous words leave me frothing.
Can't believe you did that. Hilar.
Need to go shopping for my holibobs.
I'm liking that
I like that. (Blame McDonald's.)
The sound on a TV game show when you make a mistake.
Instead of the sound though the word is used.
You did what?! Klaxon!
lots of 'lol'. lol = laughing out loud.
Big lolz last night at the club. He was so funny.
That is my fault.
I thought you were booking. No? My bad. Sorry.
nom nom nom
OMG dot com
Popular written abbreviation for 'Oh my God' now said to express shock.
Plus 'dot com' added for further emphasis.
High street shop Primark. To pretend the clothes there may be cheap but they are as good as the designer Armani range.
Supreme or remarkable.
That song is reem!
Roll On The Floor Laughing. Very funny.
Another written abbreviation now spoken.
Did you see You've Been Framed? It was ROFL!
A spoken emoticon. Instead of saying 'That's sad'.
Extremely easy decision.
I'm gonna wear my fave dress and new heels. Simples.
Used when too lazy to say a two syllable word.
Totally. Absolutely. Indeed. For agreement and emphasis.
You're so right. Yeah, totes with you on that.
Totally cool = very cool. Cool = very trendy.
2 more sleeps
How many days left before a big event.
well jel / wel jel
well jealous = very jealous
You got one 1D tickets! I'm wel jel.
What the f**k. Used for shock and disbelief.
WTF are you doing?!
Media companies and PR departments are guilty of using these phrases too freely. What would you add to the list?