Ever get tired of your kids complaining that they don’t speak the same language as grandma and grandpa? Help them connect with prior generations by printing out this Gran Slang dictionary from British company, Home & Capital.

The list of vintage words defined in the Gran Slang dictionary include “telegram,” “tomfoolery” and “knickerbockers.” They’ve also included a youth slang dictionary to help our parents and grandparents understand what our kids are talking about when they say that things are “sick” or “whack.”

It’s a funny little combination of British and American slang, but I figure anything that helps the generation gap and gives you a giggle can’t hurt!

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  1. Jenna says:

    LOVE it! This is adorable. Thanks!

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