What does Scandy mean?

Scandy equals Scandal

Typically used by young females, ‘Scandy’ is a short and playful way of saying “scandal” or “scandalous”. It’s a popular term in face-to-face conversations, text messages, and social media posts.

For instance, a girl might text her best friend, “Let’s get scandy tonight!”, implying that they’ll be doing things that are considered scandalous, like partying hard, drinking, or using drugs.

Another example would be when a girl asks her friend, “Does this mini skirt look too scandy?”, indicating that she’s worried the dress might be too short and cause a scandal.

The word ‘Scandy’ represents the trend among teenage and young adult females of shortening words to make them sound more fun and cute. Other examples of this trend include ‘totes’ (totally), ‘adorbs’ (adorable), and ‘supes’ (super).

Example for using ‘Scandy’ in a conversation

Hey, did you hear about that party last night? It was so scandy! πŸŽ‰

Omg, really? Spill the tea! β˜•οΈ

Well, there was some crazy dancing and people were doing shots. It was wild! 🍻

No way! I missed out on all the scandy fun. 😩