What Is the Meaning of Cheugy in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet?

This is painful to write and reminds me of “how are you, fellow kids?” Direct Clavell probably asks you what “cheugy” means near the end of the story campaign in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

So, what exactly does “Cheugy” mean?

Cheugy Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

This is the peak of video games in 2022. If you’re really curious, here’s the definition and which answer you should give to his question.

Cheugy, in layman’s terms, means uncool, out of date, or trying too hard.

To be fair, Gen Z coined the term for millennials, which is probably not incorrect.

I’ve seen some of my millennial peers act on TikTok, and the cringe makes my body want to turn inside out. If you’re a clock app scroller like me, you’ll understand exactly what I mean.

Anyway, I’m guessing Director Clavell’s “what does cheugy mean?” question is an awkward attempt to connect with Pokemon’s older fans, given that most of you reading this are in your late twenties and thirties.

Childhood nostalgia is eternal. He’s also out of touch with the lingo of the younger generation, get it? Hilarious…

When Clavell asks what cheugy means, you have three options: “something super cool,” “being outdated and uncool,” or “it’s a really chewy gumball.”

If you chose the gumball answer, you’re a jerk. It’s obvious that you’re “outdated and uncool” – catch up already.

I feel like I’ve aged about 20 years while writing this article, so for those of you Googling this cursed question, I hope my agony at having to research what the heck cheugy means brings you some solace.