It’s the end of the third age and all the hobbits have left Gondor. But not without leaving their mark. The language has been forever changed. Check out these words and phrases that have entered the language in the last five years.
tight – general use positive adjective
tight dawg – a good guy
tight piece – a good guy
tighteratops – the tightest dinosaur (usage: if you were a dinosaur you’d be a tighteratops)
twosixvia – mythical country where Kyle, brandon and Curtis were from
“oh buddy” – general phone greeting response
“can you wheel the love tonite” – sung by everyone very loudly when someone gets a straight to the five in poker
“smelly cat” – song from Friends used to punctuate a thought when the thought is sung to the tune of Smelly Cat (only that phrase)
“can’t get it to go” – generic excuse to get out of attending any function
“the _____” – way addressing a place or person. (usage: I’m heading to the Walmart. Need anything?) alternate: used when talking about the Arnold or the Kyle.
dirty – may mean Dirty the person (Brandon) or means that lime has been applied (usage: Give me a dirty martini)
“aw gawsh. I love _______.” – emphatic expression to express love (sincerely or sarcastically) of something.
“going to the Bike” – goin’ a gamblin’
duck fishing – occupation of Dirty’s fictitious brother Skeeter
and I’m sure there are more.