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An inventible stage occurs in every adults life when they struggle to force out a couple words from their teenage son or daughter The few the proud may pry a swift head nod or shoulder shrug from their adolescent as the best means of communication However whats even harder than getting your child to talk to you is attempting to fathom their vast and ever-changing lingo To adults a present day teenagers dialect may sound as alien as Tumil the language of Sri Lanka Luckily being a seventeen year old teenager I can straighten out those adults who feel bewildered in the tangle of their childs bizarre language by defining one of the most commonly used yet misconceived words among teenagers SWAGSwag a word universally recognized by all teens can act as an adjective and verb The adjective Swag breaks down into a simple formula confidence x demeanor x style SWAG Swag is directly related to confidence demeanor and style thus someone can gain swag or someone can lose swag based upon the increase or decrease of Swags dependent variables And because of Swags concrete formula and rules Swag is often used as an indication of popularity If someone can obtain the elusive quality of High Swag they are worshiped as a sultan within their community On the contrary if some one has Low Swag their peers will treat them as if they are dirt poor peasants High Swag is desired by most but obtained by only a few Behaviors that lead to a surge in swag include wearing Nikes on your feet hitting a three pointer in basketball making out with a good looking girl or defying a schools dress code by wearing yoga pants Acts that may lead to a deduction in swag include farting in public PDLCpublic display of lack of coordination or hanging out with the swagales a group of people with no swag More over swag is
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