Friday, March 13, 2009

Unofficial Verbage and [expletive deleted]

When I got home from school I got the news that Mashpee made national news in a statutory rape scandal. The guy in question graduated the year before I did and was working as an assistant coach at the Mashpee High School. You can read about all of this here. But what really caught my attention was the use of the word "sexted". This is a slang verb that means 'to send pictures or messages of a sexual nature through text message (which is a form of mini-email sent from one cellular phone to another).

Sex (Verb)*

–verb (used with object)

to ascertain the sex of, esp. of newly-hatched chicks.

sex up, Informal.
a. to arouse sexually: The only intent of that show was to sex up the audience.
b. to increase the appeal of; to make more interesting, attractive, or exciting: We've decided to sex up the movie with some battle scenes.

to have sex, to engage in sexual intercourse.

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Sext (Verb)*

v: The act of text messaging someone in the hopes of having a sexual encounter with them later; initially casual, transitioning into highly suggestive and even sexually explicit.

In a sentence: "He keeps sexting me saying how hard he is and how much he wants to tap my [explitive deleted]," Cindy said massaging her [expletive deleted] unconsciously.

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I am at a LAN right now. It's 2:16 am. Andrew is looking for a free port to plug into. I'm not quite sure what that means.

Speak easy,

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