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Words teachers don’t want to know #3: Beat

Students can be so creative sometimes. And other times…not so much. The word ‘beat’ takes its roots from the Greek philosophers. In the agora, Greeks would gather to exchange thoughts about politics, social constructs, and the plight of the masses.

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Words teachers don’t want to know #2: Bouji

Bouji adj. 1: Abbreviation for the term bourgeoisie, which in laymen terms means stuck up, snobbish, or just thinking your better than others because of your economic status. 2: Refers to anything or anyone that could be described as being expensive

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Words teachers don’t want to know #1: Ratchet

Ratchet n. A diva, mostly from urban cities and ghettos, that has reason to believe she is every man’s eye candy. Unfortunately, she’s wrong. –adj. Unkempt (clothes, hair, etc.) This word is a horrific mispronunciation of the word ‘wretched’ and is used by young

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