Background: Derived from the life of Beverly Ardnet of Maryland, a middle aged woman who would often enter the house of another, make a sandwich, and leave without saying hello or providing compensation.
Bev: Those who admire, learn, and live by the principles of Beverly Ardnet.
To Bev: To appropriate the property of another for one's own benefit, often in the presence of the owner.
1. Kevin took my new shirt out of the closet right in front of me, then he wore it to happy hour. He’s such a Bev.
2.Charlie came over yesterday and drank all of my beer right in front of me. What a Bev.
3. Wanna go Bev Charlie’s fridge?
4. Some girl left a pizza in the oven and we bevved it before she got back. Sucks for her.
5. Tim, I’m bevving your pants, and you’re not going to do anything about it.
6. Charlie exemplifies the principles of Bevitude.