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If you’ve ever wanted to become fluent in teenager-speak….
….I have a new vocabulary word for you.
It’s super versatile and can be used as a noun, an adverb, an adjective and an interjection (and sometimes more than one in the same sentence.
Legit as a noun: That vertical succulent garden you built is legit.
Legit as an adverb: You are legit planting succulents on the wall?
Legit as an adjective: Are you serious? That is one legit succulent garden.
Legit as an interjection: You built a garden on the wall where you planted succulents? LEGIT!
And sometimes all of the above: Legit? You planted that legit succulent garden? Really? You are legit DIY’ing and that is legit.
Want to plant your own?
Here’s a few legit directions:
How to Plant a Vertical Succulent Garden