How to Speak in ‘GenZ’ For Yer TikTok Ads
If you’re old school like me and don’t speak the sacred ‘Gen Z’ language your TikTok ads won’t blend in.
Lucky for you and me, there’s this here thread.
Fellow STMers have mastered their tongue.
Ye can learn complex Gen Z lingo, such as:
“Why do you switch up”
“Wig” (back in my day this used to stand for ‘artificial hair’)
“You are sus”
Any of these sound alien?
Also, before crafting any TikTok ads, don’t forget to:
–Turn off spell check
–Turn off grammar check
–Don’t use any punctuation
–Get super drunk
–Watch cat videos
–Listen to gangsta rap
You can then master alien phrases such as:
“Fr FR no cap”
This and more, ye shall find inside.
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Let´s talk about passwords…Again
Surely ye’ve heard the password news.
LastPass got hacked.
Here, flick this open:
Here’s a thread bump.
He, The Chosen One @twinaxe has just the solution.
“Many people nowadays use password managers like LastPass so that you don´t have to remember all passwords.
There you only have to remember a master password and all other passwords are stored in the password manager, that´s pretty convenient.
I also used LastPass but then I switched to a good, secure and totally free open-source solution that I want to show you.”
May yer passwords be safe.
P.S. Watch some relevant Michael McIntyre ‘fore ye jump in