The Lexicon

Ever wonder what some of the fascinating terms in this blog mean?  Now you can find out!  You may not find these in the dictionary, but you will find them described below.

  • Bartles & Jaymes: blow job
  • BT dubs: by the way
  • Boozy Suzy: What you become when getting your drink on-clearly because you’ve been over served.
  • Cheapiris Nice: [cheap ee rees Nice] refers to people that are trashy and think they have great taste.
  • Cocktail Flu: What one wakes up with the morning after getting all boozy suzy.  Keep in mind that it’s not your fault, clearly you were over served by someone the night before.
  • Cookie: the big O.
  • Existential Malaise: What one seems to suffer from when they’re always down in the dumps.
  • FIG JAM: This term is an acronym for Fuck I‘m Great, Just Ask Me.  Used to describe someone that thinks very highly of themselves.
  • Klassy: Think Britney Spears hanging out barefoot in a public bathroom.  Such behavior would be classified as Klassy, with a capital K.
  • Mary: A gay man.  All gay men are Maries, and should be referred to as a she.  This is what I learned from one of my Mary friends.
  • Michael Kors: No, I’m not referring to the designer.  This refers to my gorgeous handbag.
  • Peen: My not so very secret code name for man parts.
  • Pipiris Nice: [pee-PEE-rees Nice]: it’s a fun little term we Mexicans use to describe snobby and uppity folk.
  • Secret Boyfriend: A boyfriend that’s so secret he doesn’t even know about it.  Variations may include “secret lover” and “secret fiance”. 
  • TWSS: Acronym for “that’s what she said.”

12 Responses to “The Lexicon”

  1. Alison November 25, 2007 at 4:41 am #

    I LOVE your lexicon!! If you get a chance, read my blog and let me know if it sucks! OR send some praise my way. Either way, I’d like to feel like someone besides myself actually reads it..hehe.

    I will wander over to your blog and peruse. . . -CS

  2. Cooper Green January 22, 2008 at 8:02 am #

    I’ll never eat fig jam again.

    One of my favourite acronyms came from House of Sand and Fog (the book). The main character was complaining about an old boyfriend she called Lombard … Lots Of Money, But A Real Dick.

  3. the princess January 31, 2008 at 6:08 pm #

    often wanted to speak of the cookie myself, but a little shy in my blog. see? you are bringing out the badness in me girl…I love it!!

    Do it! I’m sure your famiy would love to read all about it!

    Or maybe not. -CS

  4. Write Procrastinator February 7, 2008 at 9:35 pm #

    I’m sorry, I just can’t equate my favorite thing in the world with those two old men from the commercial, it just skeeves me out.

  5. Write Procrastinator February 7, 2008 at 9:36 pm #

    However, barring that, this is a great lexicon.

  6. tabbie March 21, 2008 at 4:14 am #

    re: bt dubs- that’s it? No explanation of why or where from? You force me to go look it up myself for the history. Because that’s what all super hip people do when they hear new terminology… right?

    I don’t know the freaking origins, I didn’t make it up. I read an article in some men’s magazine (Details, GQ or something like that) and there was this super funny article about when older women pretend to act young. It talked about how to spot them, and one way was how they sent text messages. BT dubs was in it and I thought it was funny. It’s my homage to the article. There! Are you happy?? -CS

  7. tabbie March 21, 2008 at 4:15 am #

    straight from Urban dictionary:
    BT Dubs is an abbreviation of “by the way”. Saying “bee tee double you” just sounds lame. Therefore, this was an absolutely necessary addendum to the dictionary of abbreviations.

    Yes, it’s important and magical.

    BT Dubs, thanks for reporting back. -CS

  8. silenceofcenturies September 25, 2008 at 12:14 am #

    Time to add fetch here!

    You, my dear, are so fetch for thinking of this!! -CS

  9. lovestolaugh October 7, 2008 at 11:30 am #

    love, love, love it!

  10. Tina Sprague November 10, 2008 at 1:54 pm #

    Loved this!!! New to reading blogs. I know where have I been, I just haven’t found any that really interested me! Yours made me LOL! Enjoyed the Oriental. Thanks for brightening up my day. You enjoy!~

  11. Single.Girl. April 8, 2009 at 6:01 pm #

    Would like to follow your blog but there is not a follow button…

    Thanks

    Single.girl

  12. Conflicted Mean Girl July 23, 2010 at 10:37 am #

    Love it. My girlfriends and I used a variation of “cocktail flu” last spring during the hubub about the swine flu – “wine flu.” We had quite the outbreak…

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