What does Wack mean?

Wack means Strange

When you come across something that’s really odd, bizarre, irritating, or terrible, you might call it ‘Wack.’ For example, if a business fails to uphold its guarantee on a product, you might say, “That’s wack!” in frustration after ending the call.

‘Wack’ is a shortened form of “wacked out” and “wacky.” This term gained popularity in the 1990s and was frequently used as an expressive catchphrase. The emphasis is usually on the word ‘wack.’ For instance, if you tell your mate, Bob, that you can’t attend his birthday party anymore, he might respond with, “That’s just wack, dude.”

Example for using ‘Wack’ in a conversation

Hey, did you see that new movie?

Yeah, I did. It was so wack! πŸ™„

What? Why do you say that?

The plot was strange and the acting was awful. It just didn’t make any sense. πŸ˜•