“On Fleek” and “Yaas” Are Official!

Posted on Nov 14 2015 - 2:43pm by PopESL

It’s official. You can now find “Fleek” and “Yaaas” in the English dictionary. Do you use these words?

“Fleek” means well groomed and styled.

“Yaass” is meant to say yes with strong agreement.

For example: Her style is on fleek. Yaasss!

“Fleek” came from this video uploaded to Vine in 2014. Have you seen it?


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