TXT‘s Huening Kai once chose his favorite examples of American English slang.

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Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, Huening Kai is of Korean-American descent. However, he didn’t stay long and his family moved to Korea early on in his childhood.

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He put his bilingual skills to the test when he revealed his favorite slang words and phrases to viewers.

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One of his favorite phrases is “Thank you for coming to my TED Talk,” a tongue-in-cheek closing statement to a rant or explanation.

He also likes the word “bruh,” a modern spin on the word “bro” that can be used in almost any context.

Additionally, he chose the word “sus,” a shortened and trendy version of “suspicious.”

With these three phrases, Huening Kai proves he’s a master of trendy, American slang!

Huening Kai is the cutest: Thank you for coming to my TED Talk!

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