Did I say that out loud?
Ever been in a situation where you’ve been stung by a cheeky comment and need a quick, witty comeback? That’s where the slang term ‘DISTOL’ comes into play. It’s a modern way to snap back after a teasing or sly comment and it’s all done in text. Think of it as a digital eyeroll or a sarcastic sigh to show you’re not bothered by the remark.
Let’s say for example, your friend Alex makes a teasing remark about your new hairstyle. You can simply respond with ‘DISTOL’ to show Alex that you’re unfazed by his comment. In other words, it’s like saying “Ouch, that really hurt!” but with a strong hint of sarcasm.
So, the next time someone tries to get under your skin with a sly comment, don’t let them get to you. Just hit them with a simple ‘DISTOL’ and keep it moving. Remember, it’s not about what they say, but how you handle it.
Example for using ‘DISTOL’ in a conversation
Hey, did you hear about the party at Sarah’s house tonight?
Yeah, I heard it’s going to be awesome! 🎉
I hope so, but I’m not sure if I can make it.
DISTOL! You never miss a party! 😜
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