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Sartell slang: Part 34

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Kinzie Cusipag
Elizabeth is rizzing her readers so they will read her article.

Back this week with a new word, Sartell Slang is here to help. The shortening and simplifying of words, slang, is popular among SHS students to make communicating easier. As time goes on, words get shorter and slang gets more confusing, but luckily Sartell Slang is here to guide you.

Rizz

Rizz is taken from the word charismatic.

Pronunciation: keh·ruhz·ma·tuhk

Merriam-Webster definition: a person who possesses special traits that attract, inspire, or fascinate other people

Examples:

“My mother and father have been married for so long because my father is very charismatic.”

“His charismatic charm swept me off my feet.”

 

To have good rizz, you can always start by using some pickup lines. (Elizabeth Jarnot)

Rizz

High Schooler Definition: Used to describe someone who has “game”; someone who has the ability to flirt and be charming.

Examples:

“There are so many guys interested in Anna, she has rizz.”

“He saw a pretty girl on campus, so his friend encouraged him to rizz her up.”

 

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About the Contributors
Elizabeth Jarnot, Journalist
Grade: Senior Favorite Holiday: Christmas Car Name: Scarlett Favorite Drink Place: Starbucks and Dunkin Favorite Food: Cream cheese        
Kinzie Cusipag, Journalist
Grade: Senior Activities: Dance team Hobbies: Spending time with friends and family, music, reading, and working at Hollister! Fav Drink Place: Starbucks Fav Food: Blueberry bagel with cream cheese
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