13 Phrases From Puberty Blues You Need In Your Life Right Now

Via: http://viralturn.com/13-phrases-from-puberty-blues-you-need-in-your-life-right-now/

Rack off, ya fish-face moll.

Puberty Blues is an iconic Australian movie (and book and TV show) that forever immortalised the ~youth culture~ of the late ’70s/early ’80s, including the glorious slang. We think it’s time for some to make a comeback…

1. Ban “fair dinkum”. Say goodbye to “strewth”. “Deadset” is the only true way to express your emotions.

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2. “Moll” is a great insult to describe anyone you don’t like. It just rolls off the tongue and encapsulates so much shade.

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3. The best thing about “moll” is it can be combined with any other word to take your shade game to the next level.

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4. The more descriptive, the better.

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5. And combined with “rack off”, it’s the ultimate way to tell someone where to go.

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6. Need a comeback if someone calls YOU a moll? Look no further than “gutless wonder”.

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7. Or, if you prefer to keep it simple, a “turd” will do the trick.

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8. When referring to your parents, “olds” contains just the right mix of insult and affection.

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9. And when you see a hot guy there’s only one way to address him.

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10. If you fancy a date, get them to go round with you.

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11. And to take it to the next level, there’s the ever-romantic “root”.

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12. Sweeten the deal with a well-placed compliment.

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13. But when it’s time to breakup, well, here you go…

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Read more: http://www.buzzfeed.com/jennaguillaume/rack-off-ya-fishface-moll

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