HP 1525N + Ghost White Toner
We’ve taken delivery of a HP Colour LaserJet 1525N and a Ghost White Toner cartridge for some testing. Initial results are really good, especially when combined with regular CMYK laser printing, even on different colours.
The White on Black produces a chalkboard look on the paper, probably the black craft paper we tested with, but result is really nice, like a posh cafe menu!
With some refinement we’ll be able to offer white toner printing very soon!
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Be careful for hidden costs. I've paid £227 for a white toner including shipping to the UK. What they don't say anywhere throughout a customer's journey of buying the toner that a duty fee of £60 will have to be paid. There is no clear indication anywhere that the customer will have to pay additional charges. For £287 I could of ordered prints in the UK cheaper. Not happy
Date of experience : 06 May 2022
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Gen Alphas are already leaving their mark on the internet. Here are 9 slang terms they're using, and what they actually mean.
- Gen Alpha is extremely online, and they are already beginning to develop their own slang.
- These terms have been heavily influenced by Gen Z, memes, streamers, and video games.
- Here are nine phrases that Gen Alpha is using, what they mean, and how you can incorporate them.
The oldest Gen Alphas are still only 10 years old, but their slang terms and sense of humor are already leaving people baffled .
A lot of Gen Alpha's language has been heavily influenced by their predecessors, Gen Zers and millennials, who popularized "internet slang," an everchanging library of phrases and terms that have spread across social media. Many have pointed out that lots of these terms originate from African American Vernacular English (AAVE) and queer culture , but have now entered the mainstream worldwide, especially among young people.
The rise of streaming platforms, certain collaborative video games, and new influencers appear to have contributed to the speed with which this language is changing and developing, and Gen Alphas are already starting to put their own twist on online slang, which is rapidly moving offline too.
Here are some of the most popular phrases among this age group.
"Rizz" is a shortened version of "charisma."
—AMP KAI (@KaiCenat) June 12, 2021
The term "rizz," short for "charisma," was popularized by Gen Z streamers including Kai Cenat, Silky, and Duke Dennis to mean being able to charm people. It's also widely used among Gen Alpha.
But the context of the word is important. If someone has "W rizz," (short for "win") it means that someone has lots of rizz, while "L rizz" (which comes from the phrase "take the L" to mean losing gracefully) is the opposite — if someone tells you you've got "L rizz," it means you're severely lacking in rizz. Embarrassing.
If you've got an exceptional amount of rizz, you might be referred to as a "rizzler." And if you're able to charm people without even trying, people might even tell you that you have "unspoken rizz."
Example: "Wow, she's got some serious rizz."
"Fanum tax" is a running gag referring to Twitch streamer Fanum "taxing" people by stealing their food.
As Insider's Kieran Press-Reynolds reported, "Fanum tax" was coined by the Gen Z creator Fanum , who is part of the influencer collective AMP — an acronym for "Any Means Possible" — a group known for their real-life and gaming stunts and challenges.
In streams, Fanum would "tax" other members of AMP, including Kai Cenat, by stealing their food . This led to the term "Fanum tax," which is used to jokingly justify taking something that belongs to someone else, a kind of meme that has become popular among members of Gen Alpha.
Person 1: "You took my food." Person 2: "Fanum tax."
Getting "ratio'd" is an insult that typically means your comment has more negative interactions than positive ones on social media.
—Mike (@85mf) March 7, 2017
The concept of getting "ratio'd" came from X, formerly known as Twitter, in early 2017 when a user called Mike, who goes by the username @85mf, shared a screenshot of a post by former US Representitive Jason Chaffetz, according to Know Your Meme .
Unfortunately for Chaffetz, the post had a much higher number of replies than likes, suggesting more people disagreed than agreed with his point.
"Nothing on this site makes me happier than reply-to-RT ratios like this. That is the ratio of someone who fuuuuucked up," wrote Mike.
The usage of the term has since spread, and is widely used by members of Gen Z and Gen Alpha to refer to someone's comment getting a negative or controversial response.
Example: "Did you see that post? They got absolutely ratio'd."
"Sus" is a shortened version of "suspicious."
—PRimeExplorer✨ (@PRimeExplorer) September 6, 2020
The term "sus," short for "suspicious" or "suspect" is often used to call out someone who is acting in a questionable or untrustworthy way.
The term was largely popularized by "Among Us," an online multiplayer social deduction game in which players try to identify the imposter who is sabotaging their mission. It has also caused some controversy as it is linked to racist policing practices in the UK and associated with AAVE .
Still, it is now a widespread term among Gen Alphas, in particular those who play Among Us, according to Know Your Meme.
Example: "Did you see John today? He was acting kind of sus."
"Bet" is the new "OK."
@wearefirebelly We are always learning ♬ original sound - FIREBELLY
"Bet," a shortened version of "you bet," rose to popularity in the '90s, when it was recorded in a collection of campus slang and likely popularized by Black culture, according to Dictionary.com " but remains widely popular among young people today.
It's typically said with excitement and used as an affirmation.
—meya (@tameyarochelle_) January 16, 2020
Person 1: "Are you still up for hanging out next week?" Person 2: "Bet."
"GOAT" is an acronym for "greatest of all time."
@fortnite Show ‘em who's the greatest of all time with the GOATed Emote with moves and music by Armani White. Available to buy now in the Item Shop #fortnite #ch4s3 ♬ original sound - Fortnite Official
Getting called a "GOAT" may sound like an insult, but it's actually a big compliment.
The phrase is connected to Muhammad Ali, the famous boxer, who was nicknamed, "The Greatest." It was Ali's wife who turned it into "GOAT," an acronym for "greatest of all time," to increase his publicity in the 1990s, according to Dictionary.com .
Saying that someone is "GOATed" is another way of calling someone a GOAT. More recently, if you don't feel like writing it out, you can also use the goat emoji (🐐) instead.
It may have been increasingly popularized by the song "GOATed," which is based on this slang, and was released at the beginning of 2023 by the American rapper and singer-songwriter Armani White. In July, "Fortnite" — an online game that is very popular with members of Gen Alpha — released the "GOATed" emote , which is based on the dance in White's music video.
Example 1: "Good game, you're GOATed!"
Example 2: "Did you see the way he won that match? He's the GOAT."
"Bussin'" means that something's going really well.
@shyannmorgan not the pizza bussin bussin 😂😭 #viral #baby #foryou ♬ original sound - shyann morgan
An Urban Dictionary entry from 2017 describes "bussin'" as "what you would say if something was really good." It is believed to originate from AAVE, but became more widely popular in 2020, when people started using it on TikTok to describe food that was really good, according to Know Your Meme .
This caused some controversy , as many people argued it constituted cultural appropriation for non-Black people to use the phrase. Still, it's persisted in popularity and widespread use across Gen Z and Gen Alpha.
Example: "This pizza's bussin'."
"Lore" means background information about something or someone.
@roman_redd idk is this just me #fyp #foryou #dadlore #dadlorememes #momlore #parentlore #parents ♬ original sound - Rome
"Lore" is a set of traditions, knowledge, or beliefs surrounding a subject, or held by a particular group of people.
But in Gen Alpha terms, it means something slightly different: if someone asks you what your "lore" is, they're asking you to share your backstory with them. If they're asking you about the "lore" of someone else, they're asking you to share facts about them.
Example: "What's your favorite MrBeast lore?"
"Cap" means that something is a lie, or that it is an exaggerated version of the truth.
@oncorhynchusdancing they're absolutely done with my bullshit. also AmongUs gets them very riled. #genalpha #millennial #millenialparents #genalphaparent #slang ♬ original sound - Ness Allen
The term "cap" comes from AAVE, and dates back to the 1900s, when it was used as a verb to mean "surpass," before it developed into meaning "brag," according to Dictionary.com .
The phrase "no cap" goes back at least a decade and is used to mean "no brag" or "no lie" — in other words, completely truthful. It was even more widely popularized when rappers Young Thug & Future released the track "No Cap" in 2017.
—Italiano (@YanoATL) February 6, 2017
If someone says you're "capping," they're suggesting you're faking or lying about something. Alternatively, you can say "no cap," which means you're not lying.
Person 1: "He said he's going on a date with the girl he sits next to in math class." Person 2: "He's capping."
Person 1: "There's no way you actually did that." Person 2: "I did. No cap."
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