4. “We should go out”
What it usually means: A casual way to ask someone you’re interested in to go on a date with you.
What it means now: What you say to your S.O. when you realize you’ve been indoors for an entire weekend and you can’t remember what sunshine looks like.
What it usually means: A regrettable exchange of words, crying, calling your mom, “thinking about things,” grand apologies, vows of forgiveness, make-up sex.
What it means now: Twenty minutes of salty comebacks until someone cracks a smile, make-up sex.
12. “A friend of mine”
What it usually means: Your friend. A friend you made during your lifetime.
What it means now: You or your S.O.’s friend. A friend one of you made during one of your lifetimes, although it’s difficult to remember whose because you collectively own the friend now.
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