yolo test jimmy kimmel live What does YOLO mean? Old people attempt to answer on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'Since Drake’s song “The Motto” was released, the term “YOLO” has become the bane of our existence. “Now she want a photo, you already know though, you only live once, that’s the motto n****, YOLO,” Drake raps on the track, inspiring irritating teenagers, insufferable adults, and ironic hipsters everywhere to hashtag #YOLO after doing stupid things.

On last night’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Kimmel told his audience about a teenage boy who took a standardized test he didn’t think was necessary. The boy wrote “YOLO” and a smiley face (sideways, like an emoticon, even though he was using a pencil, so it could’ve just as easily been right-side-up).

And then Kimmel’s team hit Hollywood Boulevard to ask average folks what “YOLO” stands for. Some of our favorite responses?

“An over-done falafel, or something like that?” “I’m guessing it could have something to do with drugs, I’m not sure.” “A yoyo made out of yoyos?”