“Flash” is another term that originated from rock climbing. The term “flash” is used to describe a flawless climb. A climber can say that they flashed a climb if they went from bottom to top without hesitating or taking any falls.
I just flashed that 5.11 climb, did you see that? I’m the man!
The term tool is already a well known slang term. It is used to describe a person who does lame things that they think are cool, but nobody else does. This term is even more degrading that being called “kid”.
Wait… Was that guy just wearing a backwards Packers hat? What a tool!
The term yard sale is term that originated from snow sports such as skiing and snowboarding. The term is used to describe a massive wipeout in which the skier or snowboarder loses some articles of their clothing or even their poles, skis, or board. It is called a yard sale because after the wipeout, all the person’s clothing are laid out in the snow like they are on display in a yard sale.
Oh my god! Did you just see that kid yard sale off that ramp? That was hilarious.
The term kid is a common term used amongst friends in this generation. It is used to address a person in a jokingly degrading way. It is degrading because you are calling a person who is the same age as you or older, a child. However, it is not a term that you take serious offense to if it is used on you.