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#1 of 4 Old 02-02-2011, 08:57 PM - Thread Starter
 
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My 10 year old sister and I chat on facebook, it's the only way we talk right now since I'm estranged from our father. She uses a lot of slang words and I'm so lost with trying to figure out what the heck she says. Does anyone else feel this way when talking to kids and teens? I finally had to tell her not to use so much slang with me when we chatted b/c I just don't have time to try and figure out what she means. She said "okie dokie artichoky". LOL I did understand that one.

Does anyone know what "bizers" means? She just randomly said that in one chat. Nothing else, just that one word so I couldn't even try and figure that one out.
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I'm certainly not up on adolescent slang, but I would guess that bizers means, I'm busy, which I would guess means gotta go.  good luck with your artichoke sister

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google is a good source. Sometimes they'll give you too many options but it's easy to figure out what version is being used by the context of the sentance.


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Urban dictionary might help.  

 

I think it might mean "sh@t" but I could be wrong. LOL  Does it fit? 

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