August 30, 2010

Can You Define That Word?

My husband was telling me that he heard on the radio about some of the new words added to the dictionary this year. Unfriend and Bromance stuck out in his mind. Then he told me the definition of Bromance and I smiled.

Yeah, you and Neighbor Guy are in one.

What! No. We are not.

Yeah, you guys are bonded over hunting. You're in a Bromance, baby.

Is that what you and Neighbor Gal determined?

No, not really. But you just gave me the definition and I say that's you and Neighbor Guy.

No. Do not say that. Ever. That's not even a word.

Yes, it is, you just told me it's a word.

It's not a word in this house, got it?

Yes, Dear. 


Blogs said...

I can't believe some of the new words that people come up with these days....i saw something on a kids site that had me baffled....i think we should def. unfriend them:)

Texan Zombie Goddess said...

My hubs has been using the term "bromance" for a while now lol. I do believe it is one of his favorites. Oh, that and "moobs": man boobs hehee.

Ordie O. said...

I can imagine his reaction! Sort of worst case scenerio for him, right?

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Lorie Shewbridge said...

That is too funny... I know Bill would have the exact same reaction if I said he had a bromance with somebody.
You know what phrase I really hate? "Baby daddy" - why can't they just say "father of my child?" It sounds much more classy, baby daddy makes everyone sound like trash. {{Shudder}}