Used to express that something is relatable. Similar to 'Same,' but 'Mood' became more common around 2016.

If something is especially relatable, one might say 'Big Mood.' This implies that your whole being is one and the same with whatever you are commenting on.
(commenting on a photo of a cat who looks super lazy) Mood af

2017 mood = self care and positive visualization

(caption on photoset of Keanu Reeves looking mad existential) big mood
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“I was rejected again”

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When your friend says something relatable and to you, it explains life
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Similar to “Same!”, “That is So me!”, or “That’s so relatable!” Mood is used when someone says a phrase or something does and action that you relate to. It is used more commonly nowadays, confusing the older generations.
Sometimes the word big is added to it, to express how much you relate to whatever was said or happened.
Take this scene right here:

Person A: I want to stab myself
Person B: Mood. But stab me first ok?

Or this one perhaps:

Item: *falls over*
Person A: Oh big mood.
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When you see something relateable and you have to say something about it
Person: *Falls down a staircase*
Everybody else at the retirement home: "Mood."
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An annoying thing your friend might reply with when telling them about your problems. They think they're being cool, but actually, it makes them seem like a quirky girl. However, it usually means something relatable.
You: *cha cha slides of a cliff*
Friend: Mood.
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The word white girls, thots, and fuckboys say when they can relate to something
Person 1: *walks*
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