Dating code words
"I thought it would be interesting to do a counterproposal that doesn’t get any of the useful stuff and only gets the useless stuff.” The word most unique to Anchorage is ‘outdoorsy,’ though nearby areas also have ‘nippy’ and ‘berries.’ ‘Corsair,’ which also appears, was the name of a high-end French restaurant (which has since closed) that was likely a popular date spot when Dubois gathered the data.He says restaurant names, major employers and sports teams often appear as the most-used word in a given city relative to anywhere else.The word New York City used more than any other was, fittingly, ‘now.’ But Du Bois broke down the five boroughs in much more detail to examine the language used in different neighborhoods.And the words certainly reveal their individual characteristics.‘Conservative’ was the word found in more profiles in Jackson, Mississippi than the rest of the country.
' or say, 'Gee, we haven't bowled in a while.' Sometimes we even say, 'When's the last time we bowled a turkey? There's a candle in our doorway we never use unless we're in the mood.
It's a scientific fact that couples who use secret, just-between-us codes have greater relationship satisfaction than couples who don't.