Used to mean: The place you go back to every couple of months.
Now means: Where you inexplicably find yourself living again.
Used to mean: What you avoid doing until you have literally nothing left to wear. And sometimes not even then.
Now means: What seems to be getting done quite regularly by your parents instead.
Used to mean: Where you live.
Now means: Where you’ll never have to go again.
Used to mean: What you’ll get in your first job.
Now means: Impossibly, what you’ll need to get your first job.
Used to mean: A one-on-one conversation with someone looking to hire you.
Now means: A bizarre process involving a large group of people that will almost inevitably end up with you not getting hired.
Used to mean: Getting 2-for-1 on cans of Red Stripe.
Now means: Getting someone to actually ask you to work for them.