A person who has childhood, past relationship or other emotional damage that makes them broken and unable to be part of a healthy relationship.
Scarlett had to cool it with Ed after his screaming fight with his ex-girlfriend at the nightclub. "He is just another broken toy," she explained to her friends.
An activity whereby one goes out to bars and hot spots looking for "prey" aka playmates, dates, hook-ups, etc.
Scarlett called Maggie on Friday afternoon and asked, "Hey, since we have no dates tonight, wanna go out prowling later?"
This is a guy that a girl keeps "on the bench" or at an arm's length just in case she breaks up with her boyfriend. He usually is crazy about her, very good looking and very eager "to get into the game". Just like a backup quarterback in football.
Maggie asked Scarlett, "You just broke up with Ted a week ago, who was that hunky guy you were cozy with last night?"
Scarlett replied, "Oh, that's Chuck. I've known him for a while and called him into the game." Maggie exclaimed, "That was quick!" To which Scarlett replied, "Well, honey, you don't win championships or the Super Bowl without a backup quarterback."
Going out with the intent to entertain and be entertained by a group of admiring friends. Taken from the days of midevil royalty when the king would call his subjects for a big feast.
Maggie: "My phone is ringing off the hook and the texts are pouring in. Since we haven't been out in a week, everyone is desperate to see us."
Scarlett: "Oh, I know, same here."
Maggie: "I can go out Wednesday"
Scarlett: "Okay, it looks like we are holding court on Wednesday. I'll alert the subjects"
Drunk dialing for the 21st century. Sending text messages after drinking too much wine.
After several bottles of wine with pals at dinner, Scarlett sent new friend, Ed, 6 vinotexts at 1 am.
a term used to describe yourself or another when you are extremely tired and essentially lifeless. A "dead" body.
Scarlett asked Maggie if she planned to go to the gym the morning after their night on the town. Maggie replied, "If I can drag my carcass out of bed".
The recognition and fame that is achieved by having definitions published on Urban Dictionary or by having your first name used in the example section when a word is defined on Urban Dictionary.
Scarlett was pleased at her newfound Urban notoriety as she was both published on Urban Dictionary and used in an example sentence. "Oh Maggie, your mention of my name in your sentence describing internip has given me Urban notoriety!", Scarlett exclaimed.