It's hard to keep up.
Do you find yourself thinking,
"What did she just say?"
"That makes no sense!"
"I don't get it."
It may be that you simply haven't spent
enough time studying the urban dictionary.
It's important to stay informed.
Even if it's only to know what our kids are saying about us.
I'll help you get started by showing you some of the new phrases
that have been recently added.
The time period one waits for a response to a flirtatious text.
Someone who is a shy introvert in real life,
but turns into a full-on extroverted party animal
on Internet forums and social sites.
Embarrassment at waiting on the curb obediently
as other pedestrians ignore the "don't walk" signal in the absence of traffic.
When an elderly person, such as yourself,
complains incessantly about nothing.
When your caller ID identifies someone
with whom you definitely don't want to talk,
and you avoid answering them like the plague
The consumption of food undertaken to avoid
a dull or arduous task, irrespective of hunger levels or the time of day.
Similar to cold shoulder, except a cold finger is done by
ignoring someone's text or facebook message--
usually when said person's comment is pointless or uncalled for.
the blank expression that comes across a person’s face
when day dreaming.
The act of denying your actual age in order to give
others the impression that you are younger.
The regret you experience when you leave home hastily
without relieving yourself.
The feeling you get when you haven't had access to the internet
(i.e. facebook and twitter) for a long time, like several minutes.
When traffic is backed up for miles on a highway,
crawling along -- and then suddenly everyone returns
to normal high speeds without passing an
accident, stalled car, or road construction.
To follow any type of car for any period of time
to watch the tv inside of the car.
Let's all try to use some of these in our every day conversations.