Usually the name given to a girlfriend or partner.
Good for just about nothing except sex, whinging and taking your money. If the world doesnt revolve around them, then there will be hell to pay.
Single Guy: Hey man youve been working at that high paying job for like 10 years now, have you got a house, car, or a decent bank account?
Guy with Mrs: Lol are you serious? The Mrs makes me buy her shit and I have to spend money on that thing that calls herself human. Otherwise, no sex. :(
Single Guy: Whoa man, I feel sorry for you. Cya :)
The ultimate goal of some women who enroll in college; that is, to find a suitable husband.
"She's only here to get her MRS degree."
A title for a woman, derived from "mistress" (ie. "The Mistress of the House"). "Mrs" was used to refer to any woman, regardless of age and/or maritial status until the Victorian Era, when the diminuitive "Miss" was selected for unmarried women and married women were known as "Mrs".
(English-speaking) feminists now decry the use of "Mrs", feeling that the view that a woman is complete only when she is married is demeaning. Therefore, they use "Ms" instead.
Strangely, "In other European languages, non-sexist usage in this regard usually amounts to using words more or less equivalent to Mrs. (madame, señora, senhora, signora, Frau, bean-uasal) for both married and unmarried women, and whether they take their husband's name or not. This makes sense as these titles are usually the direct feminine equivalents of the male titles (monsieur, señor, senhor, signore, Herr, máistir/tiarna, maighstir/tighearna), whereas the equivalent of Miss is a diminutive of the female equivalent (mademoiselle, señorita, senhorita, signorina, Fräulein, ógbhean-uasal, maighdeann-uasal)." - Wikipedia
Abbreviation for Mind Reading Scum.
Used to call someone who has just had the same thought as you and expressed it verbally (or otherwise), either simultaneously or prior to you expressing it.
A term created long before Hivemind, meaning the same thing.
Phil: Think of an epic MRS moment that happened between us to use for the example.
(at the same time)
Dale: So many.
Phil: So many... lol.
Dale: Like that one.
Dale: MRS! I was going to suggest that!
(An example of a double MRS)