I never heard of the word, and nobody else had heard of the word. There's no real rhyme or reason to it. Her eyebrows are so on fleek.
Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram. Trevor Noah trolls Oscar audience. I have difficulty expressing myself with actual words, so I compensate for my inadequacies by using made up words and hope that no one questions it.
Maybe it was in an article talking about Cara Delevingne's eyebrows my best bet is on that option. What is truly confusing about the phrase is the fact that "fleek" is not a word.
The "we still have another month of winter" quiz. It doesn't really matter.
In my Urban Dictionary-based research, I stumbled upon a definition of a nature I hadn't previously considered: According to that entry, "on fleek" means "smooth, nice, sweet. Zayn is on fleek due to his ability to appear perfect at all times. But in the meantime, here are several other theories as to the origin of this game-changing word.
Scientists are working night and day in order to conquer the mystery — by which I mean I am attempting to get to the bottom of it — and although its origins are murky and its definition is effervescent, I am determined to shed some much-needed light on the subject, The first use of the phrase "on fleek" is widely attributed to flawless Viner Peaches Monroee.
Where did it even come from? Celebrities certainly help its popularity grow, though. Now, how six-second videos translated into one phrase being used to describe everything from clothes to hair to eyebrows...
The earliest appearance of "fleek" on Urban Dictionary dates to Oct. Eyebrows—the original things that were on fleek. Like the phrase on point , it's used to mean basically "perfectly done" or "exactly right. Some of these phrases have magnetism. Kesha's eyebrows were on fleek. Xhosa Trevor Noah trolls Oscar audience. A word used by those intent on decimating the English language, and further depleting the ever dwindling repository of individuals capable of intellectual conversation.
How to use a word that literally drives some people nuts. But regardless of whether it's a word or not, it's cool. In the likely event that someone DOES question it, I will react as if they are laughably out of touch.