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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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a mood is a way of expressing someone's feelings and emotions.
stacie was being very kind today and that showed that she was in a good mood.
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The word white girls, thots, and fuckboys say when they can relate to something
Person 1: *walks*
Thot:mood
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The mood of a book is the theme like happy , creepy and etc.
The mood of that book was horror & creepy.
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When something is generally moody or has a strong emotion to it.
"Did you see that drawing Jenny did? Mood."
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How someone with extreme difficulty explaining their emotions attempts to explain an emotion they're having. See also: "feeling some type of way."
Person 1: Wow, it's hot outside
Person 2: (trying to determine an appropriate response) Umm... mood...?
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