Nick Offerman Guesses The Meanings Of Millennial Slang Terms And Comes Up With Some Ideas

"Gucci, Gucci, goo."

We like to think we're in the know with all the current millennial slang terms, but sometimes we're not really sure what people are saying. 

Recently, Kiersey Clemons sat down with Nick Offerman to review some millennial slang words to see how many of them he understands. Offerman and Clemons star together in Hearts Beat Louda film about a songwriting father-daughter duo. 


"I think it's going to be pretty keen," Offerman says before learning his first slang term in a video for Vanity Fair

First up, Clemons quizzes Offerman on the term, "bruh." Offerman responds:

"It's referring to the strapping garment that a lady wears around her breast area."

"What are you talking about?" Clemons says.

Later, Offerman tries his hand at "Gucci."

"Gucci is what you say when you're tickling a millennial, which I don't recommend ... but if you do, you say, 'Gucci, Gucci goo.' "  

Offerman also gives his thoughts on words like "mood," "salty," and "bae." Throughout it all, he has us totally cracking up. 

Check it out below:


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