We’re going to need to write a children’s book to use all the words we learned in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season 4!
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt has always been delightfully quotable, and one of the best things about it is all the new terms we get to learn and apply to our everyday lives. Here are 10 new words and phrases you can employ if you want to live as fabulously as Titus Andromedon.
Al Gore rhythm (n)
Algorithm, for the tech-illiterate.
“You know how Al Gore invented the internet? Well, he also invented a rhythm for it. It’s called the Al Gore rhythm.”
A mix of contemporary and casual. Modern and relaxed. Also a reference to a former teen clothing store.
“I declared my love for him on a boat, Jacqueline. I can’t just show up now and act all contempo-casual.”
Computer, for the tech-illiterate.
“Talk to the contuter and make it do posters.”
To opt for something frozen over something delivered. A reference to the frozen pizza company DiGiorno, whose tagline is, “It’s not delivery, it’s DiGiorno.”
“Titus Andromedon does not deliver. He DiGiornos.”
To work out. The opposite of backfire.
“If your plan was to make me want to be in this play more than ever, it didn’t backfire, it frontwatered.”
Futon stain (n)
An insult for a particularly useless 20-something.
“Which one of you futon stains is Cappy Tylenol?”
A flop that can’t be bothered to give an “F.”
“The spring musical’s going to be a lop.”
A mimosa that’s either extra large or extra strong. For when it’s just one of those days.
“Make it a mom-osa, ‘cause I’m drinking for two.”
A hyperbolic way to say “understand.”
Nerd: “You don’t want to catch a quaffle in your muggle gut. Much less a bludger.” Muggle: “I don’t overstand.”
A third party in a romantic relationship. Of the male variety.
“We can’t wait to tell our thrusband about the play.”
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