[WATCH] Are your eyebrows on fleek?

Are you familiar with some of the phrases your teen uses on a daily basis? Do you know what “on point” means? Are your eyebrows “on fleek”? Watch what happens when some tech sector workers are asked what they believe common teen jargon to mean with often hilarious results!

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In order to create really cool technologies, websites and apps for your phone, technology professionals have to keep up to date with all the latest technology words, apps and programs.

You might think technology words are difficult to understand, but it only sounds difficult when you’re not using the words every day.

In this video Smart Futures and Science Foundation Ireland gave tech workers a crash course in popular teen trends & phrases that have invaded Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat to see if they could guess what they mean!

The #TechTeamTour wants to help you discover cool technology career options. Have you ever considered working in technology when you finish school? There is a myth that technology careers are only for boys, this isn’t true, technology is for girls and boys and we need lots of different people to shape the future.

Technology has the ability to change the world, making it better for everyone. Technology is and belongs everywhere; at music festivals, in video games, on college campuses, in apps, on film sets on TV and at sporting events.

If you want to help change the world and be part of the process check out the rest of the #TechTeamTour video series to go behind the scenes at Irish technology companies.

Students and teachers! Explore 100+ STEM career stories on, which you can search by school subject or interest, access free career infographics and TY resources or register for free career talks in science, tech, engineering and maths.

Over to you now. Did you recognise some of these phrases from your teen? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below. 

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Jill is one of the co-founders of Mykidstime and a mum of 2 girls