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Every sitcom or any other TV show that has run for a few seasons have their own jargon. For people who haven’t followed these shows, some words or phrases may not be understood at all or given very ordinary meanings. But for true fans, there’s more to it than what appears on the surface.
For fans of the popular sitcom – Friends – featuring six friends living in New York, there are 23 words with distinct meanings.
Scroll down to read the meanings of 23 words that Rachel, Ross, Chandler, Monica, Phoebe, and Joey have used.
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What you mean: Someone who sells medicines.
What fans of Friends mean: A Pottery Barn table from “the Days of Yore”.
What you mean: The bone inside a toe or finger.
What fans of Friends mean: The last name or an important part of an airplane.
What you mean: Eel in Japanese.
What fans of Friends mean: A state of total awareness where you’re prepared to face any kind of danger that you might come across.
What you mean: A part of the blood circulation system.
What fans of Friends mean: Part of Monica’s forehead that speaks by itself.
What you mean: Nothing, as there’s no such word.
What fans of Friends mean: Chandler’s designation, according to Rachel.
What you mean: To turn.
What fans of Friends mean: What you yell at someone when you’re moving any type of furniture.
What you mean: The fourth or fifth day of the week.
What fans of Friends mean: According to Joey, the third day of the week.
What you mean: A woman’s name.
What fans of Friends mean: A man, duh.
#15 The Moist Maker
What you mean: You try to avoid using this word as it has sexual connotations.
What fans of Friends mean: A piece of bread soaked in gravy and put inside the middle of a sandwich to keep all the fillings moist.
What you mean: The number 7.
What fans of Friends mean: The seven erogenous points on a woman’s body.
What you mean: A mass of spores.
What fans of Friends mean: The first word of Emma, Ross and Rachel’s daughter.
What you mean: the sound a cow makes.
What fans of Friends mean: In Joey’s world, a “moo point” is a cow’s opinion.
What you mean: To taunt or mock.
What fans of Friends mean: Mr. Heckles, the downstairs neighbor of the gang.
#10 Oh. My. God.
What you mean: What people say when getting a shock or a surprise.
What fans of Friends mean: Janice, Chandler’s ex-girlfriend.
What you mean: Public broadcasting network.
What fans of Friends mean: An organization that’s Phoebe’s enemy.
#8 Mac and cheese
What you mean: A dish made of macaroni and cheese.
What fans of Friends mean: Joey’s failed show about a robot.
What you mean: Someone who takes what’s rightfully not theirs.
What fans of Friends mean: Rachel’s Italian boyfriend, Paolo.
What you mean: A mammal with a leathery shell.
What fans of Friends mean: One of Santa’s troupe members who spread joy.
#5 Banana Hammock
What you mean: A kind of men’s underwear.
What fans of Friends mean: Phoebe’s name for a point in time.
What you mean: A kind of cake made with cream cheese.
What fans of Friends mean: Delicious food that can be stolen and eaten off the floor.
What you mean: A lump of cartilage or bone.
What fans of Friends mean: Chandler’s cause of embarrassment – his third nipple.
What you mean: What you eat if you have seafood craving.
What fans of Friends mean: The only true love.
What you mean: Separate or cause to separate.
What fans of Friends mean: A situation in a relationship where one partner thinks it’s okay to do certain things, while the other thinks it’s completely unpardonable.
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