An old three letter phrase lots of students write in school yearbooks all over America. Students originally thought that it seems nice to say "keep in touch," just because the majority of people separate off to different colleges after high school. Thus, people figured that it will be a nice little lasting word, just to be polite, and stay friends, and not be forgotten. But thanks to a little invention in 2004 called facebook, there seems to be an excuse for those people with a "keep in touch" in their yearbook, to actually keep in touch. This is commonly referred to as the Keep In Touch Paradox, by students years later. Some girls may have written the abbreviation in the yearbook as K.I.T., which is just a fast way to write keep in touch. That would be like saying thanx instead of thank you.
Rachel: Remember Gloria from high school? We were such good friends back then, but then we just kind of moved our separate ways and drifted apart.
Ross: Gloria and I weren't great friends in high school, but we had chemistry together in junior year and she wrote "keep in touch" in my yearbook. I guess that's an excuse to add her as a friend in Facebook.
Rachel: Good for you, Ross, despite the fact that you probably don't know each other.
Rachel's Soliloquy: (snickering) She's probably going to be sorry she ever wrote that in Ross's yearbook.
It is a cocktail. It contains 3 oz amaretto almond liqueur and 12 oz cherry cola.
Rachel: What are you drinking, there?
Joey: Ass Candy.
Ross: Give me a glass of that!