Okay now. I can hear you. You’re saying you’ve heard that before. But today is a new day.
The prologue (because I always have a story to tell): There is a word/phrase for when a group of people remember something false. Like the Sally Field without an s Oscar speech. I cannot recall the word exactly so I googled it.
First I typed in Sally Field Oscar speech.
Next I tried, what is the term for a group misquoting?
Beep. Play again.
Then the light bulb went off.
I searched for what is it called when a group collectively remembers something false?
The mandela effect.
Right here yesterday, in the V/R post, I mis-quoted the line from War Games.
I remembered Would you Like to Play a Game?
Now this can hardly be classified as the mandela effect unless others remember the line the same way that I did.
Also loosely fitting is a song lyric game that B, Lulu and I played last night. A twisted version of name that tune. With incorrect lyrics. Damn we are interesting. Lol!
It’s closing time again.
Oooh It’s cold gin time again.
Ba-zinga!! And thank you Knights in Satan’s Service – KISS.
Anyhow. Enough about that.
Back to today’s game. Shall we play one? The Acronym/Slang Game perhaps?
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to fill up my comments section with acronyms for today’s slang.
I’ll start. I learned two new ones today. Not yet though. I will comment on my own post. I might even like myself too. Ooooh and I am giving out a virtual prize … bragging rights for the most creative.
As always, more to come.