How to use "cap" and "rizz" in a sentence


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How to use "cap" and "rizz" in a sentence

Our dinner conversations have been evolving.

Long gone are the days of "airplane" - aka the interpretive dance of making a morsel of cold chicken appetizing to a toddler in a high chair.

And they've been replaced by an onslaught of "bruh" and "no cap."

And "skibidi toilet."

If you're a Gen X parent trying to make sense of this landscape, here's a quick guide for you.


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Here are this week's top reads:

// one

What am I if not employed?

2 minutes | New York Times

Many of us haven’t had a legit break since our high school days. We got jobs as teenagers, worked through college then began our careers. But sometimes, it takes a sprinkle of bravery to listen when our bodies tell us what they need from us.

Read the article

// two

Americans have never been wealthier & no one is happy

4 minutes | A Wealth of Common Sense


A common Wall Street adage is, “Pessimists sound smart. Optimists make money.” With inflation, volatility, meme stocks and CNBC’s “MARKET SELLOFF” chyron, it’s easy to be pessimistic. But what if, as a whole, Americans are better off than ever?

Read the article

// three

Maybe you actually do know what to do with your life

4 minutes | Jess Janz


As kids, people ask what we want to be when we grow up. In college we pick a major and start planning our career. Our internships help us figure out the specifics. From childhood, we’re on a path to figure out what to do with our lives. What if we’ve been figuring out our lives all along?

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And finally, “I’m looking for a man in finance” — the remix.

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