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Writer's Block: You Wouldn't Understand 
28th-Jan-2009 08:47 am
Almost everyone coins or uses expressions that make sense to only a few people. What word or phrase do you use most often that you have to explain the meaning of to others?
"Man, these two are wearing the red pants"-

It started out on FanForum on the Jemi (Joe/Demi) topic on the Couples board. We were talking about what they were wearing, then one girl said "they both love red pants." And that's where it started. It basically means "man, these two must get together."

"Why not just offer him a meatball and get it over with?"-

Reference to the episode iKiss. Remember this?:



It's my code for "why don't you just tell him you like him and get it over with?"

"Do you still like tacos?"/"Is your favorite song still Yellow by Coldplay?"

Yeah, I do, because "tacos" and "Yellow by Coldplay" are my code words for David Rivera. Because he loves tacos it seems, and he loves the song "Yellow by Coldplay". That, and Yellow by Coldplay is also a really romantic song.

"Two real weird lemons"-

Two lovers. Another reference to iCarly. Remember this?-



"We've never heard such bad talk from lemons." Hahaha. And those really weird faces. These two are some really weird lemons. Get it? Hahaha. ;)

"This is going on facebook, guys"-

Most of the time it literally means that, but in the inside joke case, it's referring to this video David uploaded to Facebook:

Matthew Warmen: What the heck?! Don't get me playing this. Nooo, I don't want people to know I played this. What the heck? I hate nascar, I'm not kidding.
David: This is going on Facebook, man.
Matthew Warmen: NO MAN! You're kidding me!
David: Not necissarilly, I hate you.
*one of them, can't tell which*: You're so ignorant.

Hahaha!

And, lastly-

"Man, these two computer fighters never stop with their flirting, do they?" -

Yet another reference to iCarly. Remember this? From iPie?:



It's code for "man, these two never stop fighting, do they?" (And fighting is a form of flirting, so yeah.)
Look at the Facts, Seddie, Sick, Sam/Freddie
Comments 
29th-Jan-2009 12:55 am (UTC)
This post made me think of what other quotes could mean another thing.
29th-Jan-2009 02:07 am (UTC)
Like what?
29th-Jan-2009 02:15 am (UTC)
None come to thought but I meant that I could see how the quotes you mentioned could be interpreted the way you did.
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