Word of the Day: DEAD

DEAD

adjective

1. a word that describes what happened to your spouse when you’re too lazy to explain your divorce/separation

Usage:

  1. “Where’s your husband?”
    “Oh, he’s dead.”
  2. “Where’s your wife?”
    “Well, she couldn’t make it, because she’s dead.”
  3. “Are you interested in taking a couples’ cruise in January?”
    “I think we might both be dead by then, but thanks.”

 

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One thought on “Word of the Day: DEAD

  1. h. says:

    My friends and I like to use the term “hit by a bus” when referencing an item the ex got in the divorce.

    Example:
    “The vacuum got hit by a bus.”

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