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Slang of the Month

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Every month the Paw Print will survey teachers in our school to ask what they believe to be the meaning of popular slang words students use across social media.

It really be like that sometimes: When something unfortunate and out of your control happens to you or someone else.

Sentence before knowing definition:

Sherrie: “Winter, it just be like that sometimes.”
Baumgartner: “When you think you did well on a math quiz and you get it back and you failed, and you’re like “It really be like that sometimes.”
Jarot: “I saw bohemian rhapsody over the weekend, but it was busy so most of the seats were filled, it really be like that sometimes.”

Sentence after given definition:

Sherrie: “Life, it just be like that sometimes.”
Baumgartner: “When I woke up this morning and the saw the snow I was really upset. Then I thought, it really do be like that sometimes!”
Jarot: “Some freshman come unprepared for class, it really be like that sometimes.”

  

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