How lazy can you get. I can see myself walking into a Pizzeria and ordering a "za with all the trimmings", and being unceremoniously thrown out on my derriere.
I think only pic,app, congrats and indie are in normal use. Bro is common, but more informal then the above. (you could use those with say your neighbour, but unless you are best buddies you would not use bro)
And telly and barbie are rather common too under a wide public ( not just a subculture of specefic age or lifestyle)
many of these are highly annoying but pic and app are as common as photo and vet to me.
obvious for obvi please
Indie music has its own category on Spotify, iTunes, and Pandora.
Indie games are also a category of games on their own. Go on Steam or other game providers and you will see the Indie category amongst others. Indie is probably one of the most popular ones there.
And indeed I think many may not have realised it. I know I didnt use to know it. I had only heard indie games and indie movies and never independent games... Allways saw it as a word on its own, but was really curious why they used that word ( quarter still didnt dropped) Untill I finally knew what it was, cant remember how I found it out though, if I actively looked it up and found out some other way.
Slightly dependent on the sentences, I'd say I am watching tv, but would say the television is broken (i guess in that cause in english you might say tv-set..)
"Roid Rage" is a common phrase. I've used perp a number of times while studying court cases and police scenes.
Last thing, guess what date this quiz suddenly just turned up on the popular list?
indie ..... really?
barbie..... no xD bbq
I got most of them, including indie, which for a long time I thought stood for "Indian".
NHI (No Human Involved) and a host of other abbreviations meant to
make their written reports less cumbersome.
Also, "Appetizer" and "Barbara" should be acceptable.
And maybe the previous generation(s) thought the same, from goodday to hello, to hey to hi.
I am totally fine with pic bro and app, they are rather normall. But totes and obvs etc brrrr I nearly get goosebumps from it. And a little nauseous..
Btw do people really say za??? never heard of it and wouldnt have gotten it if it wasnt for the pic. (tried whatsup, like wazza, and then thought maybe thatsall 'sall => 'za. I guess in my mind I read it as a long za, zaaahhh and with pizza I suppose it is short??? I really cant imagine it being used in a sentence..)