An alphabetistic acronym (pronounced as letters not one words) short for Mulder/Scully Romance. Used by X-Philes (fans of the show The X-Files) do referance a relationship between the two main characters of the of the show. For the first six or seven series the term was used mainly in fanfiction, fan music videos, and discussions online, as the relationship on the show was displayed as mostly platonic or non-sexual, but in the later series it could be applied to the actual relationship on the show, as well.
Cf. DRR, shipper, noromo.
1. I wrote a new X-Files fanfic today, it's heavy on the MSR.
2. If Mulder and Scully get it together it'll ruin the show- say no to MSR!
3. The MSR is an ideal example of a friendship destined for more.
A friend that has reached the level to where he/she could kiss/grope him/her with out it being considered sexual.
also as in the time to build a level and sturdy friendship, like the foundation of a well built home.
"Stewart just grabbed my butt, No biggie, he is one of my Foundation friends
Jasmin just cop'd a feel of my junk, It's all good, she is one of my Foundation friends
A friendship that is short lived and intense and that ultimately ends in a parting of ways. A friendship that feels like a realtionship.
"I used to hang out with Joe almost every day but now we hardly even talk."
"Sounds like a classic friendlationship."
Friendlationship(n) is a combination of the words 'friends' and 'relationship', used to describe a somewhat-platonic relationship that contains all the aspects of an actual romantic relationship, without any physical/sexual benefits. Basically, all the sacrifice but none of the gain. Often occurs when both people involved harbor some desire for the other, but neither is willing to take a chance and potentially ruin their friendship.
Guy 1: So is Jake hanging out with us tonight?
Guy 2: No man, he's hanging out with Vanessa again.
Guy 1: Man he's so whipped. What an idiot.
Guy 2: He needs to get out of that fucking friendlationship.
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When a person pretends to be your friend by calling you so he/she doesnt have to see you, opposite of lets hang out sometime. Very common between to people who just broke up. Will last until both parties have got the point that in a relationship their cant exist platonic friendship.
lets catch up sometime, il call you; or you can call me.
The act of one friend using pre-existing, platonic rapport with another friend's ex or otherwise closely connected individual in an attempt to get play and/or sex without having to meet and deal with new people on their own.
Often a trait of sexually inexperienced peoples who prefer that their friends do the work of courting a girl/guy while the "vulturer" lays back and wait for the relationship to fail so that they may move in under the guise of "friendship".
Ironically, "vulturing" nearly always fails in its employment as the concept of one friend taking advantage of another friend's failure is a sign of insecurity and romantic incompetence on the part of the "vulturer". This, obviously, is universally acknowledged as unattractive from the perspective of any potential mate.
This definition also applies to friend-with-benefits and to a lesser extent, siblings.
A - "Tom and Mary just broke up and already Jay is following around Mary!"
B - "Does Tom know that Jay is "vulturing" Mary?"
A - "Nah, but Tom would deny it anyway and say that they are just "friends"."
B - "If by friends, you mean fuck-buddies, then yes that is accurate."
Vulturing: The act of staying in the shadows, awaiting the romantic failure of an acquaintance so as to exploit the leftovers.
1. The celebration (on a chosen day) of your length of friendship with a particular friend. Like an anniversary but without the promise of sex afterwards.
2. Acknowledging the tenure of friendship you've had with someone by arranging a special "hang-out" day.
3. A platonic date to honor your friendship.
"Hazel and I are celebrating our freniversary by going out to dinner at CPK then watching a movie."
"Dude did you know we've been friends now for over 6 years?"
"No way! We should have a freniversary to celebrate how awesome we are!"