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"The Real Housewives Of Melbourne" Guess Teen Slang

From "fleek" to "basic."

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Three of The Real Housewives of Melbourne — Jackie Gillies, Janet Roach, and Chyka Keebaugh — recently visited BuzzFeed New York, and seeing as they were in America, we had to play a guessing game with American teen slang. Here are the hilarious results.

On fleek (adjective): the quality of being perfect, or on point.

On fleek (adjective): the quality of being perfect, or on point.

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Jackie: "I'm always told I'm 'on fleek!'"

Squad (noun): Crew, posse, gang; an informal group of individuals with a common identity and a sense of solidarity.

Squad (noun): Crew, posse, gang; an informal group of individuals with a common identity and a sense of solidarity.

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Chyka: "A gang!"

Janet: "'Crew,' they used to say."

Thot (noun): a hoe. Specifically, that hoe over there.

Thot (noun): a hoe. Specifically, that hoe over there.

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Janet: "To head out of town?"

Chyka: "Someone who's a slut!"

Janet: "Oh."

BuzzFeed: "It's 'that ho over there.' Thot."

Janet: "That ho over there!"

Chyka: "OK, new word for us to take home!"

Bae (noun): "before anyone else," or another way to say "babe" or "baby."

Bae (noun): "before anyone else," or another way to say "babe" or "baby."

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BuzzFeed: "It means 'before anyone else.'"

Chyka: "Oh!"

Jackie: "Darling, I was right."

Janet: "Have any of these words actually made it to the dictionary?"

AF (acronym): stands for "as fuck."

AF (acronym): stands for "as fuck."

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Janet: "Do you actually say the letters, A-F? Or is it, 'af?'"

BuzzFeed: "A-F."

Jackie: "After fellatio? I thought it was after sex."

BuzzFeed: "It's 'as fuck,' like something's cool as fuck."

Chyka: "As fuck! Oh my god, that's as cool as fuck!"

Janet: "Who even speaks like that?"

TBH (acronym): stands for "to be honest."

TBH (acronym): stands for "to be honest."

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Chyka: "To... be... hot? To be honest!"

Janet: "Yes, to be honest. That's right!"

Jackie: "I was thinking TBT, 'cause I saw that earlier on bloody Facebook."

Ship (verb): to endorse a romantic relationship.

Ship (verb): to endorse a romantic relationship.

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BuzzFeed: "The opposite of that!"

Janet: "You go out with them?"

BuzzFeed: "If you 'ship' people, then you put them in a relationship."

Janet: "Like a relationship!"

Jackie: "Kids are so bloody hilarious. I love it."

Chyka: "Are you in a ship? Have you shipped anyone recently?"

Slay (verb): killed it; succeeded in something amazing.

Slay (verb): killed it; succeeded in something amazing.

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Chyka: "Cut down? Go out with someone? Kiss someone?!"

Jackie: "No, it's like, 'You fuckin' slayed that shit!' What do you mean, kiss?"

Janet: "So, you did really well?"

Jackie: "I think I'm winning this."

Chyka: "I am 10 years older than you."

Yasss (exclamation): used out of excitement of a situation; a more vibrant form of "yes."

Yasss (exclamation): used out of excitement of a situation; a more vibrant form of "yes."

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Jackie: "'Cause they go, 'y-a-a-a-a-a-a-s!'"

Janet: "So, just, like, say, 'Yes!' Just say yes! Don't say, 'Yasss.'"

Thirsty (adjective): too eager to get something (especially play); desperate.

Thirsty (adjective): too eager to get something (especially play); desperate.

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Janet: "I know that! Someone told me that last night, and I asked them."

Chessie Keebaguh (Chyka's daughter): "It's like desperate."

Janet: "It's like desperate?! Oh, shit! They didn't tell me that."

Chessie: "Did they say that you were thirsty?"

Janet: "Yeah."

Chyka: "Someone said you were thirsty?"

Janet: "Someone said that I was thirsty. And I said, no, I'm not."

Lowkey (adjective): secretly or discretely; slightly or kinda.

Lowkey (adjective): secretly or discretely; slightly or kinda.

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Jackie: "No, I think it's more of a party or something."

Janet: "Can you put it at the end of the sentence?"

Basic (adjective): used to describe any person, place, activity involving obscenely obvious behavior, dress, action.

Basic (adjective): used to describe any person, place, activity involving obscenely obvious behavior, dress, action.

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Chyka: "Uncool?"

Catch more of Chyka, Janet, and Jackie on The Real Housewives of Melbourne, Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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