Baby blue: Viagra
Biphonal: Holding multiple phones to your ears or in front of you at the same time.
Blamestorming: A meeting whose sole purpose is to discuss why a deadline was missed or a project failed and who was responsible.
Drailing: E-mailing when drunk; drunk e-mailing.
E-mauling: Stalking someone via e-mail.
Fatkins: Disciples of Atkins who have taken the “all the fat you can eat” idea to lunatic extremes.
GU (pronounced “goo”): Acronym for geographically undesirable.
Guyatus: A hiatus from guys.
Helicopter: A significant other who finds it necessary to hover around his or her mate at all times.
Intie: The intimacy flu. Usually occurs two to three weeks into a budding dating relationship. Symptoms include unreturned phone calls, “mistakenly” deleted e-mail messages, and sleeping on the far edge of the bed.
Karat dangler: A woman who finds it of utmost importance to flaunt her engagement/wedding ring at all times.
Lush flush: The rosy hue you get in your cheeks after a few too many glasses of wine.
Mitin (pronounced “mitten”): Acronym/codespeak for “more information than I needed.”
Mouse potato: The wired generation’s answer to the couch potato.
Mousewife: A male housewife.
Phone zit: The recurring chin zit that results from spending too much time on the phone.
Reverse evolution princes: Men who at first seem to be princes but turn out to be frogs.
Single woman’s sports pages: The New York Times’ wedding announcements.
Spenny: Pricey; short for expensive.
Stray: A heterosexual male who everyone secretly thinks is gay.
Teenile: Used to describe someone who is way too old for what she is wearing.
Yellular: The loudness you adopt in response to a bad cell phone connection, in the misguided hope that talking louder will improve the connection.