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If you"re like me, you"venoticed that there are a lot of words to learn these days.

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If you ever find yourself feeling completely out of touch with Millennial and Gen Z slang and the latest cool words to use on social media, you"re not alone. They are everywhere. From Instagram to Twitter to TikTok, it seems like every day there"s a new slang term to learn.


Just the other day, I was scrolling throughthe comments on Kylie Jenner’s Instagram postsand literally had to Google half the terms people wrote. All I had were questions.Am I even cool anymore? Am I lame?

Oh my God, am I officially old?!

One such word that"s become more pervasive in everyday life is the term "lowkey."Lowkey-highkey memes are all over the Internet these days, so let’s get you in on what they mean.


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Now, you"ve probably heard the phrase low-key before, meaning restrained or low-intensity.


But these days, the slang meaning of lowkey, often seen as lowkey kinda,is sort of like a secret truth.

Finding strong footing inhip hop songs like "Only" by Drake and "lowkey" by NIKI, according to Urban Dictionary, lowkey can be defined as similarly as having low emotional intensity or secretly.

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Highkey is obviously the opposite— what"s obvious is highkey.

If you didn’t see that coming, I don’t think there’s any hope for you my friend. Highkey is something you want everyone to know.

Get it? Ok, great.

Now, to make sure you really know how to use lowkey/highkeyproperly in a sentence while hanging out with the cool crowd,check out the besthighkeyand lowkeymemes.

1."When you"re at the pool with your friends and you"re lowkey drowning because you can"t swim but you don"t want to ruin the fun."

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Sarah Gangrawwrites about all things news, entertainment and crime.You can follow her onTwitter—she"s occasionally funny.

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