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Some slang words for "cool"? I have to compare differences in cultures, age, generations, etc. If you could, comment with a few words and maybe "female, 14 years old" or "female, USA" or something like that?

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The "cool" of the American internet generation (for better or for worse): Epic. Female, USA, 19.
awesome sick wicked Epic is used a lot by a variety of kids.
Well I'm Australian, 20. I use awesome, cool, nice (said niceeee lol). If I'm feeling particularly Aussie though I might say Bonza.

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Sweet, nice, awesome, hip, fabulous.
I did a project like this.... look back in US time to the 80's for featheren, 60's for 'groovy', or maybe around the 20's for 'swell'. The word 'tight' was used a lot during the start of the millennium.
Oh yes, my friend (probably mid thirties) says 'funky', I'd say my/our generation would use that word for bad smell
Lol I heard people say "cool beans" =D
I am female, 18 btw :)
And I say legendary a lot (courtesy: Barney Stinson) and awesome and most of the times it's just that's-so-whoa! and fit (very british)
thank you all :) I have a lot of material now for my project! :)

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