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Cuek describes the common ‘couldn’t care less’ adolescent attitude.GR (from gede rasa) means arrogant, jaim (jaga imej) means superficial, matré means materialistic.Discussion of such topics is best not understood by adults!The world of dating has developed much youth-specific terminology. Once you have a gebetan (someone you’re keen on), you should try a PDKT or pendekatan (the stage of flirting or hitting on someone).Bawel is what you call that friend who never shuts up.
This is just one example of a youth style of language that has developed in marked contrast to standard Indonesian.
Language also clearly expresses the identity and lifestyle of Indonesia’s young generation.
Youth Indonesian is at its most creative and dynamic when dealing with subjects such as social life, relationships, love and sex.
Telmi (from telat mikir) describes someone who is a little bit slow on the uptake.
Garing and jayus, perhaps best translated as ‘lame’, are used for unfunny jokes or a person who tries too hard.