Back when baby boomers were young, people would say this about someone who was too trusting, easy to trick, or didn't have good critical thinking skills.
If a boomer wanted to tell someone to shut up because they were not important or annoying, they would use this famous term.
By putting "butt" and "munch" together, this insult makes a funny and slightly insulting word.
The film “Clueless” popularized this phrase. It was a 90s classic used sarcastically to mock or disbelief.
If someone thought someone was shallow or not smart enough, they would call them a "airhead."
If someone tried to be like a certain group, style, or trend, they would be called a "Wannabe."
A boomer might have called you a dweeb if they thought you were weird, nerdy, or not cool.
Boomers would say this to put someone down and imply that they weren't a part of the group and couldn't be, so they were considered strangers.
If you pretend to be someone you're not, you could be called a "Poser." Most people in subcultures like goths, skaters, or punks used this term.
In the 90s, if you were called a “loser,” then it was a way of someone belittling you, suggesting that you’re unsuccessful and inadequate.
Even though Gen Z has a wide range of witty comebacks and vocabulary, some from the baby boomer era leave us scratching our heads.