Slang terms have been around as long as kids have tried to be cooler than their adult counterparts.

These terms seem to come and go like all other trends. But, it's fun to reminisce.

"Good Housekeeping" put together a list of the most popular terms from every year starting back in 1926 and going through 2006.

You can check out the complete list here but we'll include a good chunk of the list below, beginning with the '60s. See what was the hot word or phrase the year you were born.

1960 - dullsville
1961 - bratty
1962 - drop-dead gorgeous
1963 - Mickey Mouse (which meant goofing off at work)
1964 - aw shucks
1965 - grody
1966 - kegger
1967 - freak flag
1968 - bippy
1969 - out of sight

1970 - dorky
1971 - deadheads
1972 - guilt trip
1973 - carbo (short for carbohydrate)
1974 - motorhead
1975 - detox
1976 - hardball
1977 - brewski
1978 - pig out
1979 - nostalgia-fest

1980 - frizzy
1981 - chill pill
1982 - buff
1983 - beat box
1984 - that's major
1985 - radness
1986 - studmuffin
1987 - couch surfing
1988 - F-bomb
1989 - trash talk

1990 - kewl
1991 - tight whiteys
1992 - NOT
1993 - da bomb
1994 - Benjamins
1995 - as if
1996 - whatever
1997 - jiggy
1998 - phat
1999 - bling

2000 - whassup?
2001 - whale-tail (which is when your thong sticks out...???)
2002 - hella
2003 - peeps
2004 - muffin top
2005 - fo shizzle and fo sheezy
2006 - sick

I sound like a whippersnapper when I say this, but man, the '70s were weird, huh?!