1. A name for a couple, like a "pair" or a way to say that two people are going out. Not to be used for married people, it's usually used when someone suspects two people are going out, but doesn't know. Or they are telling someone that two people are going out.
1. "So, Josh and Brittany, I guess they're a "thing" now.
2. "Dude, so are Josh and Brittany, like, a "thing" or what?
'Thing' is a rather useful little word that can be substituted for most nouns or noun clauses. It's main uses are:
1. An object you can't remember or don't know the name of.
2. An interest or area of knowledge
3. A penis.
4. An engagement or appointment.
5. A romantic relationship.
6. Used in any variation on "there is this thing where ______" which is used as a filler.
1. "Hey, could you pass that blue thing?
2. "I don't know if you should cut your hair or not. Ask Lola. Style is her thing."
Slut: So he took off his pants, and I saw his thing!
Strumpet: Was it a big thing or a small thing?
Harlot: Oh, I've done him before. He has a medium-sized thing.
4. We couldn't see the movie on Thursday because she had a thing.
5. They had a thing for a while, but they broke up.
6. At the mall there's this thing where you can get your picture taken.
way to describe falling for someone. Like a crush
I've got a thing for Krista
A thing is a thing. Much like a thing but more thingy.
The thing is brokeen so get the thing to replace the thing because without the thing the thing would not be thingy.
you're associated mainly with that person and their basically the only person you do physical things with but you have some slip ups because considering that you're not officially together with a label you're allowed to let your eyes hands and lips wander a bit. You both have to understand that your not a priority until you have decided you guys want to be more than just a thing. A thing is like a step towards thinking about being more because you care about the person but can end in relationship or hatred. All depending on the people and if they discussed and agreed on what they both expect. You have to be on the same page or things get messy. And you have to have the same idea of an outcome. Even though the outcomes are never certain things can fade off where as relationships end much more abruptly. Things can be something one day and nothing the next it all depends on the actions &feelings of both parties they're best when feelings are kept minimal until discussed more thoroughly with both parties
"Are you two a thing?"
"Yeah we're a thing."
The name for any object, place, happening, word, thought, person, group, name, date, group of people, group of happenings, group of thoughts, group of places, group of objects, group of groups, group of names, or group of dates that the person who is referring to them cannot, at that moment in time, come up with, or know, the real name of the object, place, happening, word, thought, person, group, name, date, group of people, group of happenings, group of thoughts, group of places, group of objects, group of groups, group of names, or group of dates.
"What's this thing?"
"Yah, that thing."
"This thing is a car."
"Oh that's what that thing is?"
"Yes, that's what that thing is.
a word used to refer to any item, place, event, feeling, matter/issue, detail, situation, course of action, idea, etc.
I can't find the thing.
Did you go to the thing?
The thing just got weird.
That's the thing to do.
I have to talk to you about the thing.