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Learn The Lingo #FWBL=Friends With Better Lives

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 02:30pm

Hate when a joke goes over your head? Constantly forced to smile and nod because you don't understand half of cocktail party conversations? Use this dictionary to help decipher the trendy terminology on Friends With Better Lives...and in real life!  Click on any word to see it in context.

RAC-QUET-EERS- noun
Mates that play tennis together
How to use in a sentence: "I got a name for us...The Racqueteers!" - Lowell to Will

GRAZE- verb
Purely accidental (in reference to clothed contact with male anatomy)
How to use in a sentence: "A nudge implies intent whereas a graze....purely accidental" - Kate

NUD-GE- verb
Implies intent (in reference to clothed contact with male anatomy)
How to use in a sentence: "A nudge implies intent whereas a graze....purely accidental" - Kate

MAS-TUR-BA-TION EL-BOW- noun
The real reason you are on the disabled list in your local sports league
How to use in a sentence: "Yes! We are going to the (tennis) finals! I am so glad Will has masturbation elbow" - Bobby to Lowell

AB-RA-CA-DID-JYA- verb
A sex magician's post coital catchphrase
How to use in a sentence: "It's like you were everywhere at the same time like some kind of sex magician." - Kate.... "I abracadidjya" - Handy Randy

THE SO-CIAL CON-TRACT- noun
The obligation to return a borrowed item back to its original owner
How to use in a sentence: "Actually it's my jacket. I lent it to you and you decided to keep it which is a total violation of the social contract"- Will to Lowell

CURB AP-PEAL - noun
One's exterior attractiveness
How to use in a sentence: "You're beautiful.  But you just said youself, right now, you don't have your usual curb appeal"- Bobby to Andi