When you're single, your parents and married siblings, often with children, are demanding of your time. They expect you to attend their functions or aid them with little or no notice, and with little or no appreciation. Since you don't have a spouse or children, they incorrectly assume that you're not as busy as them. Work, social events, dating, and friendships suffer because of it. This prevents you from getting even because it impedes your search for a mate with whom you can procreate. It's difficult to ever get retribution, especially as a youngest child. This is common with ethnicities with strong family bonds who use guilt to maintain closeness, such as, italians, mexicans, armenians, indians, persians, and jews.
Heather: Hey Jenny, are you going to the match.com event tonight?
Jenny: I can't, family sabotage, I have to help my niece with her homework tonight.
James: Dude, are you going to Stephanie's birthday party tonight?
Henry: Ugh, no, family sabotage, I have to babysit my nephew.
Derogatory lifestyle description marrieds use for unmarrieds 25 years old or older.
Mom: Why don't you give Fred a chance?
Mandy: Mom, he's 5 inches shorter than me and 15 years older.
Mom: Ugh, you're so picky, you just want to keep enjoying your extended adolescence!
Dad: Did you see Mary at the wedding last night?
Cameron: Yeah Dad, hard to miss her!
Dad: That's not very nice! One day you'll get over your extended adolescence, and you're going to want to settle down with a nice girl!
An sms that prompts the start of a text war. Typically done by cowardly people who avoid conflict in person and/or on the phone.
Jillian: Lisa just sent a text grenade to Ben.
Kevin: What'd she say?
Jillian: "I'm pregnant, and it's not yours. :-p"
Kevin: Oh snap!
When a girl or guy is aggressively looking for their potential spouse, usually in their late 30s, and has several dates a day/week/month with different potential mates in order to determine the winning lifetime partner. Most of the dates are generated from mixers, school alumni events, parties, church, work, set-ups, referrals, chance meetings, and the Internet.
Gina: Hey Amy, are you busy Friday?
Amy: Yes, I have a date with Ryan.
Gina: How about Saturday?
Amy: Date with Johnny.
Gina: I can't wait until your dating spree
is over so we can hang out again.
Amy: You & me both!
Chris: I can't keep track of my schedule with all of these dates!
Ben: With each one, you're that much closer to finding the one
, then you'll be done with your dating spree