kudos

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This falls into a larger category of synonyms to “thank you” or other affiliated responses of graciousness and praise. For one, if someone says “kudos” to you, are they really complementing you, or just lacklusterly performing an ostensibly hip, alternative discourse that tries to signify youth while never being actually located within any form of youth culture. For two, from Wikipedia: The term became more widespread in the mid-1980’s when the Kudos Granola Bar was introduced and became extremely popular.

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One Response to “kudos”

  1. Laura Says:

    Is it wrong like I like Kudos bars?

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