Lit” is a slang term that means “exciting,” “cool,” or “amazing.” It’s a word that’s often used to describe a fun, energetic, and lively atmosphere, or to express approval or excitement about something.

As a parent, you might be trying to understand your child’s messages and come across the term “lit.” This term is often used in online conversations, texting, and in real-life conversations among younger people, and can give you a better understanding of your child’s excitement level or approval of something.

For example, if your child says “This party is lit,” they’re expressing their approval of the party and how much fun they’re having. Similarly, if they say “This new video game is lit,” they’re expressing their excitement and approval of the new video game.

So, when trying to understand your child’s messages, keep an eye out for the term “lit.” By understanding what it means and the context in which it’s used, you’ll have a better idea of your child’s excitement level or approval of something. Whether they’re talking about a party, video game, movie, or anything else, “lit” is a way of expressing that they find something exciting, cool, or amazing.


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