Every generation devises its own shorthand, acronyms that years later may sound cringe-worthy and banal, but somehow perfectly capture the spirit of dating and relationships during a specific point in time.For instance, there once was such as thing as MU, which stood for “Mutual Understanding,” a nebulous relationship state in which boy and girl were understood to like each other without actually declaring their attachment to each other as BF (boyfriend) and GF (girlfriend), thus leaving the door open to either a deepening of affections, or the possibility that someone else may steal either party.Next came the rest of the family: DILF is for Dad I’d Like to Fuck, while GILF is for Grandmother I’d Like to Fuck. BILF is for Babysitter I’d Like to Fuck; TILF is for Teacher I’d Like to Fuck.
Dating terms gsoh
Both long careers provided inspiration for his third, for which he is now best known, as a writer for stage and screen.
Arthur started writing in 1979 when on police duty in Hong Kong.
In which case, it was best to protect against VD, or venereal disease, which was what such afflictions were called before they became known as STD’s (sexually transmitted diseases).
But love in the time of sext has ushered in a whole new dictionary. Instead of an evening of watching movies on Netflix and hanging out together, it has become code for a late-night booty call.
Some terms you need to come to terms with: (Define The Relationship) So it’s been a while.
Are you together-together, um, friends, the chick or dude on the side with a chance of an upgrade, or just FWB?
After a few adjustments, I gave him GSOH “Would Like to Meet”.”Ray Spencer, executive director of the Customs House, says: “We’re delighted to welcome Arthur back to the Customs House.“Over the years we have been lucky to see some of his plays performed at our venue to rave reviews and great audience feedback.“Arthur is a great writer and really gets to the bottom of what people are feeling.”On Saturday, October 25, from 4pm, theatre-goers can get into the spirit of Arthur’s new work by trying their hand at speed dating with show sponsors Ditch or Date (tickets £5 from .
GSOH “Would Love to Meet” runs at the Customs House from October 22-25.
Writer and former police officer Arthur Mc Kenzie has ventured off his normal beat with a new play being premiered next week.