According to the Cape Flats Dictionary, versin is described as “crazy, stupid”.
Versin is Afrikaaps and can be used in various contexts.

Example scenarios:
“Are you versin?” – You could ask this to anyone who may be doing something a little too stupid.
“Don’t be versin.” – Saying to someone that they shouldn’t be dumb.
“I’m so versin.” – Speaking to yourself because you’re doing something ridiculous.

I hoped you enjoyed the latest Afrikaans slang and that you’re eager to learn more!
Tell us: Have you heard and used the word versin before? If not, which word do you use in your language to berate someone for doing something silly or dumb.

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