Well, this reminds me of what my brother's wife's questions when she started to be his girlfriend and when she started to come to our house regularly. She kept on asking about some words or phrases that my brother and I used that she had never heard before. Or she might have heard those words or phrases, but the context was different.
Have you also noticed such a thing? That kind of "special vocabulary"? Sometimes you gather those words or phrases or even snippets of sentences by watching certain types of movies. For example, Arttu likes saying, "Man. Fell down. Funnyyyyy!" (he learnt it from Homer Simpson). His second brother also likes saying this every once in a while he he he...
My brother and I also have a collection of vocabulary that may only be "valid" in our household. I think friendship "vocabulary" also exists. I remember my two close friends in Junior High School who used to create their own "crazy" language which I did NOT understand at all. They were like talking in Martian language or something, but they understood each other. I used to be so envious of their "bond".
I've been learning Arttu's special "vocabulary" ever since I moved to Finland and I like this kind of "bond" he he he...I also think we're creating different types of "vocabulary" together that other people might not understand. It's our THING and I like it. *GRIN*
And this special "thing" isn't only limited to words. It also involves gestures, body language, a certain look or a twitch of the eyebrow, a certain smile or facial expression. I think it's MARVELOUS, don't you?
P.S. I'm in a lazy mood to blog-hop, so I'll do it tomorrow, OK? We're planning on spending a night at the cabin next Friday. I hope we're going to do it since I LOVE spending QUALITY TIME with hubby ho ho ho ho ho ho ho ho ho ho...WHOOOOPPPEEEEE!!!! ;-D
I hope you're enjoying your weekend, My Friends!!!!!!! Let me share with you one of this old songs I LOVE SO MUCH. I LOVE this gal's voice and her radiant face and cute dimples HE HE HE HE HE..."You Gotta Be" by Des'ree.