A group of friends on Twitter that are planning to meet up. A request by a user to meet with friends via Twitter.
3. Social Notworking
The practice of spending time unproductively on social-networking websites, especially when one should be working.
4. Inbox Rot
To neither accept, nor decline a friend request from someone on Facebook or Myspace. Used in situations when you don’t want to accept someone’s friend request, but you also don’t want to be rude by declining them.
6. Remote Dance
The movements you make with your hand when trying to get your tv to recognize your remote control.
The loudness one adopts in response to a bad cell-phone connection, in the misguided hope that talking louder will improve the connection.
When eating food so good that you let out an involuntary moan, usually after the first bite; also as an adjective – flavorgasmic
10. Thumb Strength
The energy required to write a text.
One who feels an increased sense of bravery over texting, as opposed to in person, or one who will often only say what they really feel over text messages.
12. Boyfriend Drop
Subtly adding the fact that you have a boyfriend into the conversation in order to deter anyone who is potentially interested.
13. The Spousal We
Meaning “you”. Used by your significant other to get you to do something, as in, “We should clean the bathroon today,” meaning, “You should clean the bathroom today.”