Slang Derived From Literary Classics
Elizabitching: To be a snarky character everyone loves
Heathcliffing: To still be dating/ courting a girl when the relationship or any possible relationship is clearly doomed
A Virgil: Someone who’s there for/ with you for your toughest/ wildest adventures
Doing/ getting a Madam Bovary: Doing something sexual with a guy or receiving a sex act from a girl in a moving vehicle
A Moby Dick: A girl/ guy a guy/ girl is fixated on
Miss Havishaming: Waiting on a former partner to return to you when it’s clearly not going to happen
He/she’s Yossarianed: Ditching a party they didn’t really want to go to
It was chocolate covered cotton: Being tricked into something that’s a dud
Grapes of Wrathing: Seeking work
I’m Josef Okay: Feeling lost/ overwhelmed but still searching i.e. for a party or a club
We’re waiting for Godot: Waiting for someone that isn’t going to show up
John’s hanging himself: Someone feeling guilty for sex acts they’ve participated in/ received/ performed
She Lolita’d: A hot girl ruined by pregnancy
He’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover: A guy who had an affair with a girl in a monogamous relationship
He/ she’s my Sal Paradise: A crazy friend you idolize, following them wherever they go because they’ll always find/create a good time
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Describe for us the threesome with your OKCupid hookup.
If this doesn’t become the biggest video on the Internet, then I have no faith left in humanity.
I’m about to finish up my sophomore fall of college, and friends from home are getting married and having babies and sufficiently freaking me out.
He was a perfect date. I later got drunk and hacked his phone (who uses their birth year for a password? It was 1986, by the way #teamcougar). What I found was a text to a Kristina explaining his aforementioned sex dream he’d had about her while sleeping next to me in a luxurious hotel bed.