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Bromine poisoning is treated with supportive medical care (for example, oxygen, fluids given through a needle into your vein) in a hospital setting. No specific antidote exists for bromine poisoning. (An antidote is a medicine that reverses the effects of a poison.) The most important thing is for people to remove themselves from the exposure site and seek medical treatment as soon as possible.

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If you're overwhelmed with emotion, you're "having all the feels." It's a cute thing to say when you're a teen or in your 20s, when most of the things you get emotional about don't have particularly high stakes, but when you're 40 and you say things like, "I just finalized my divorce and I'm having all the feels," you're not doing life right. And for a more optimistic take on getting older, This Is the One Thing Everyone Should Know Before Turning 40.

Totes is an abbreviation for "totally" that sounds hilarious coming from a 20 year-old. But for the 40-plus crowd, it sounds like a stern warning not to forget your tote bags before you go grocery shopping. "Totes, people! Never forget the totes!" And for more bad habits you're too told to have, This Is the One Etiquette Mistake You Need to Stop Making by 40.

When something is so cool it deserves to be checked out, it's described as "lit." The only thing that needs to be lit in your world is lavender vanilla candles. And for more terms that haven't been in-style in decades, check out The Best Slang Terms from the 1970s That Aren't Cool Today.

The phrase "the struggle is real" works for young people because it's semi-ironic. They use it when they don't have enough change for fast food, or perhaps forgot their Netflix password and can't watch the latest season of Black Mirror. But at 40, the struggle may actually be real, and so it's hardly appropriate to use this slang. And for more corny phrases from your past, check out The Best Slang Terms From the 1980s That Aren't Cool Today.

To be basic is to take a bit too much interest in mainstream or conventional things. It's the kind of insult that just rolls off the tongue when you're young enough to still care about petty things like being cool and the social rejection of others based on their pop culture interests. You can do better. And for more helpful information delivered to your inbox, sign up for our daily newsletter.

Humble bragging is boasting about your accomplishments while also pretending that's not what you're actually doing. In other words, you're bragging in a self-deprecating kind of way. A person over 40 should neither accuse someone of humble bragging nor identify themselves as a humble bragger. Fake humility is for the young and insecure.

When you've been insulted and you respond with a brutal comeback, you've just clapped back. (And congratulations, by the way.) But when somebody over 40 says clap back, it's just assumed they're talking about applause. As in, "You're applauding for me? Well then, I'll just have to clap back at you with more applause." Yes, that sounds ridiculous, but so does a 40-year-old saying "clap back."

When somebody is like family but they're not technically related to you, they're your fam. But after 40, calling any tight circle of friends your fam is like calling a peer your BFF. At that point, you might as well also exchange friendship bracelets and sign each other's yearbooks.

When something is accomplished in a particularly slick way, it's done so with finesse. You can finesse something or even be finessed. "I loaned that guy $20 and now he's denying it ever happened? I totally got finessed!" Not that similar situations don't happen to people over 40, but a person in your age range just sounds more mature using language like "scammed" or "conned," rather than words that came out of a song featuring Bruno Mars and Cardi B.

Obviously this slang phrase isn't literal. When someone says "I'm dead," the implication is that whatever has just been said is so funny or true that it's figuratively sent them to an early grave. However, joking about your own premature death is only charming if you're years away from leaving this mortal coil. When somebody over 40 makes such a proclamation, it tends to be a little more worrying. Don't make your friends ask if you were kidding or if you've just received some alarming medical news.

When a 20-year-old says "I can't even," we all know that they're just losing patience and struggling to deal. When someone over 40 says it, well, it's probably because they threw out their back again.

If you're over 40, everything you do is technically adulting. And if adult behavior is rare enough in your life that it needs to be identified as such, then you've got bigger problems than being too enthusiastic about millennial slang.

This slang term is actually kind of hilarious. It's a weird way of saying that the truth has been exposed, stemming from the shock that people experience when a wig is snatched off one's head without permission. But just because this slang makes us smile doesn't mean it's something that's appropriate for anyone over 40 to use. Announce to a room of your peers that there's been a wig snatched and it's entirely possible they'll think you are referring to an actual stolen hairpiece. As in, "There's been a rash of toupee robberies in the area?!"

Short for "in real life," IRL is meant to distinguish between something that happens out in the real world as opposed to the "fictional" world of the internet. If you're over 40, your entire world should be occurring "in real life." There is no other option. If you spend more time chatting with strangers online than IRL, consider this your wake-up call.

A person who's swole has massive muscles and looks like they have protein shakes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. However, if you want to tell one of your friends that they look like they've been hitting the gym, then you should just tell them that they look like they've been hitting the gym. The only people who can get away with using the word swole are gym rats and twenty-somethings who do so in a semi-ironic sense.

The 2019 definition of "I'm shook," as used by people younger than you, means you're stunned or shocked, generally unable to cope. But if hearing this slang has you wondering whether there's been an earthquake in your area or makes you start humming the chorus to AC/DC's "You Shook Me All Night Long," then that's probably an indication that you shouldn't be using it.

When you text someone and they read the message but never get around to responding (or just ignore you), you've been "left on read." Now, apart from the fact that this kind of slang will only confuse your fellow 40-year-old friends, it also indicates that you're expending a bit too much mental energy on things like text messages. You're a grown-up, and you should have better things to do with your day than complain about how quickly your texts are returned.

When people tell you to "take the L," they're telling you that you've failed in whatever you were trying to accomplish and that it's time to admit defeat. The "L" in this case stands for "loss." This phrase might be cute and funny amongst boys in the schoolyard, but your coworkers aren't going to be quite so amused when you tell them that their project is a failure and that they should just take the L.

It's short for "one hundred percent," and it's used as an affirmation that's synonymous with "totally" or "absolutely." ("You think Ben should date Monica?" "Hundo P!") But coming out of your mouth, everyone is going to be fairly certain that "hundo P" is just your way of bragging about your new Hyundai sedan.

G.O.A.T. is an acronym that stands for the "greatest of all time"; it's also the name of a really good LL Cool J album. But when you say it in conversation amongst your older friends, you run the risk of people thinking you're talking about actual goats.

Inspired by an Eminem song of the same name, if you stan something, you're an obsessive fan. But use this word at your next social function, and we guarantee people are going to be thinking, "Who's Stan? There's no Stan here. Oh boy, is he getting dementia?"

When kids use "Netflix and chill," they're usually referring to having someone over for intimate alone time. But in your 40s? It describes exactly how you're spending most of your Friday nights quite literally.

When you don't have somebody's number but you'd like to get to know them better, you "slide into their DMs" (with DMs referring to direct messages on social media). There's no way for somebody over 40 to say this without sounding creepy. If you've organized a playdate with your kid's best friend, you probably shouldn't tell his mother to "slide into your DMs."

Appointments are reserved for individuals completing a transaction for themselves. If a dealer, fee for service agency, rental car representative or tow companies makes an appointment, it will be canceled upon your arrival and you will be asked to drop off your title and registration work. Before making your appointment check to see if you have the required documents for your Driver License/Permit or Hawaii State ID.

When you purchase or renew any Indiana license plate, you will pay registration fees and taxes determined by the year and make of your vehicle, and your county and municipality of residence. If you purchase or renew a Special Group Recognition license plate (found under the College & University and the Organization tabs), you may pay a group license plate fee that is distributed back to the sponsoring organization and a supplemental fee. The group fee is sent to the organization who determines what the funds are used for. Customers may contact the organization with questions regarding these funds.

Your plate should have stickers showing the day, month, and year of your next registration renewal, and the county in which your vehicle is registered. Indiana law prohibits license plate frames or covers that obscure stickers, text, or numbers on your plate. 041b061a72

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