When you’re from NYC, words take on a life their own. For example, ‘mad’ doesn’t always mean angry, ‘brick’ has nothing to do with sun-dried clay, and when someone says ‘it’s lit,’ nothing’s on fire.
For the most part, learning the lingo is pretty simple. But then there are phrases like ‘You good’ that get confusing AF because depending on the situation, these phrases can mean several different things, good or bad.
So what does a New Yorker mean when he/she says ‘You good?’ Hit the flip.