Hey hey heyyyy
How are we doing? How is October treating us? Hopefully good!
It is Day 3 of Blogtober!!!!
Grateful to God that I haven’t given up yet 😂✋🏽and hopefully I make it till the end. Do y’all think I can make it till the 31st?👀
Thank you for your belief in me. You all keep me going🥺
Okay, jokes aside!
We as humans are constantly evolving, our tastes are constantly changing, our likes and dislikes, our style, literally everything changes. I know I have changed ALOT recently and that is why today, we will be looking at words that my keyboard has normalized during the past 9 months!
I don’t know if y’all know (I don’t think so) but I officially came out as a BTS ARMY on February 18th (P.S: Hobi’s birthday). I had known about BTS since last year but I wanted to take the time to really really know them and Armys before coming out to say I’m a fan.
Point is, ever since becoming an Army, I’ve been introduced to a lot of words that aren’t said on a normal day…except you’re an Army.
Bias~ A bias, put in easy terms, means your favorite member. You love all 7 but this particular person just strikes a cord in your heart, could be the way they dress or sing or walk, literally anything. My biases are Hobi and Jimin✨
Selca~ Selca is a Korean slang word for “Self-camera” which practically means selfie. Tae finally decided to bless us with a selca last week after all these months😭✋🏽.
But I believe you have to be OT7 first before choosing a bias, you don’t even have to have a bias💅🏽 which leads us to the next word.
OT7~ An OT7 Army is someone that loves all member equally. Periodt✨
Borahae (보라해)~ In English means, I purple you which is a line Tae made up and they have copyright on it so 😌💜
“Purple is the last color of the rainbow colors. Purple means I will trust and love you for a long time.”— Tae, 3rd Muster on November 12, 2016.
Annyeong (안녕)~ This is a greeting in Korean, just like Heyyy or Hello.
Vlive/Weverse~ These are fan apps. I’ve given extensive explanations for both apps in previous posts.
Namjooning~ this is the act of living as Kim Namjoon, leader of BTS. This means riding bicycles, taking long walks, visiting museums, hiking, admiring nature etc.
There are many more words but my brain isn’t working right now 💀 so if you’d like to check them out, then visit this this site!
Yoruba is my native language/ my mother’s tongue and even though I’m not “perfect” at speaking it yet. There are a few words that can’t leave my mouth..or keyboard😂
Ibeere~ Ibeere in English means “question” but I say it in a sarcastic way anytime someone asks me a dumb question 😂
Eg: “Ib, did you wake up this morning”
Iya~ this is what we call old women but for some reason I call my friends and especially my sister, Iya 😂
English? I think
Bruv/Bruh~ I don’t know who taught me this but anytime I’m annoyed, I call everyone bruh😭
Iyeeeeee~ This is what I say when something surprises me😂
Ayeeeeee~ This is what I say when I’m excited or trying to hype someone up.
No one ask me how I came up with those last two words, thank you😂
And that concludes today’s Blogtober post! Stay excited for tomorrow’s!
What words did you add to your lingo this year? Have you made up your own word before? Please share in the comments! I’d love to know 🤍✨