Dating a dork
The two can and often do overlap, but are not mutually inclusive; if a battle-hardened marine or a grizzled biker has a sweet, shy and awkward personality when he's not being a Bad Ass, then he not only still totally counts, but even gets bonus points for bucking the stereotype.
It's definitely Truth in Television, although there is some debate over how much social awkwardness should be glamorized. The word "Adorkable" is a portmanteau of "Adorable" and "Dork." That neatly encapsulates this trope. While societal norms would seem to suggest that this is the opposite of the (Western) "Male Ideal", in reality, many people find these characters appealing: Rather than an over-the-top caricature, these characters are enjoyable and relatable because they're absurd supermen. This character type is usually male, but can be female as well. Maybe they have some really, that it borders on embarrassing. However, rather than making them an outcast, these quirks give the character an endearing vulnerability.Not to be confused with the Hollywood Nerd, who are likable because they're attractive nerds, whereas adorkable people are likable because of their dorkiness.The bases, known from their dating origins She is totally 3rd base You would totally get to third base with her. ") Unrenounced to popular belief, Valley Girls did not invent this word.
water boy- kiss (no tongue) 1st base= Kiss with tongue 2nd- Felt up, Fingered Handjob 3rd- Oral sex Home run - Intercourse Origin: term implies that there is nothing but air in the subject's head. It was used to describe them."Burn" is synonymous with "face".
"burn" was used to apply dramatic emphasis to the fact someone was proven wrong on an issue that had been hotly debated and contested.
This page is an attempt to define in non-eighties speak, the various terms that the eighties gave us.
I've attempted to make the definitions look like a real dictionary would define them.
I welcome submissisions to this page, and encourage simple definitions (and especially examples like the ones here).
I use the word hip a lot, since I notice dictionaries usually do when trying to define something that is cool.