- Window weather – cold (often windy) but sunny weather that looks extremely pleasant through the window when one is inside, but is in fact quite uncomfortable
to be outside in.
- Friendscort – It is a combination of the words friend and escort. It was originally used by improv actors in St. Louis, Missouri to indicate an intent to traverse Cherokee street without peril.
- Smilence – Smile and keep silence. Used when you know the answer, but do not want to say it or there is some force stop you from telling it outpublic space, they’ll often claim that they are playing a sport called “pickleball.”