One of these terms hasn't been around for too long but has caught on pretty quickly: Bae is bae and will always be bae. Many people, mostly olds old peopleare confused as to what it means, and for a minute, I was too. I figured it was an acronym, and my intuition was on point here; it stands for "before anyone else".
Hailee Lautenbach is bae. Blake Lively is totally bae material.
Math is not-bae, and never will be bae. Taxes and slow wifi are not bae. You catch my drift? For me, rain is bae, and so is sushi.
For some shower sex might be bae, while it might be the furthest thing from bae for others. If you're still curious to know exactly what is bae; your crush is bae, and will be totally bae if you get together.
The Bay Area is referred to people who live there and love it.
It could also be referred to as The Bae Area because of all the hot and exciting individuals who live there who are also bae. Bae, on the other hand, can be attached to many things and serves a wider use than "boo" ever could. A closer look at "Bae" "Bae" is a term being thrown around a lot these days, but what exactly does bae mean? It seemed to have been born through social media, which is how memes and slang alike spread like it never has before. Twitter was most likely the origin of the term, as it seems most phrases or slang these days come from the social media powerhouse.
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I first saw it used on Twitter and was immediately confused as to what it meant. In typical Twitter form, I had the answer in moments: Hmm, seems like a new version of "boo" or something, and I like it. So, I discovered what "bae" stands for, but what does it really mean?
Well, it has a definitive meaning, but I think it can be different things for each person. Same thing for "bae".
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Many people think of their boyfriend or girlfriend as "bae", while some consider Netflix to be "bae" numero uno. A friend who does you a huge favor in clutch time is worthy of the title as well. It would be weird if you referred to your favorite food as "your boo". It just doesn't sound right.
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This is probably why it spread so fast, with the help of social media, and took the place that the term "boo" once held. If you don't know what "bae" means by the end ofyou're probably in for a learning experience with the rest of this list.
Simply put, "bae" is a pet name for your significant other. It's a shorter version of "babe," if you hadn't figured that out yet. It can also be used to describe someone you think would be a good significant other, even if you've never met them. Most people don't realize this, but it's also the Danish word for feces. Kind of fitting, when you think about it.
Cuffing Season So, it turns out there's not much scientific evidence behind "Cuffing Season," but we find it hard to argue against it based on our own experiences. During the spring and summer, people want to go out and have flings with random people or take extravagant vacations with their friends.
Then late fall rolls around and two things happen: Starbucks starts rolling out the red cups, and people start getting into relationships. Maybe it's because the cold makes people want to cuddle on the couch, or maybe it's the holiday spirit that brings romance around.
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The bottom line is, an awful lot of those couples are going to be on their own sucking face with strangers at pool parties six months later. Jelly When it's not being used as a delicious complement to peanut butter, "jelly" is a slightly obnoxious way of saying "jealous. We've never tried it, but it seems like the type of word that could escalate an argument extremely quickly.