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15 Terms Only “The Big Bang Theory” Fans Will Truly Understand

You might find some of these terms in Webster’s dictionary, but only true fans of The Big Bang Theory will know what they really mean!

1. Trestling

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What it usually means: A trestle is a frame used to support a surface such as a bridge.
What it means to The Big Bang Theory fans: A game that combines the mental agility of Tetris with the physical strength of arm wrestling.

2. PMS

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What it usually means: An abbreviation for pre-menstrual syndrome.
What it means to The Big Bang Theory fans: An abbreviation for “Perpetual Motion Squad”, Leonard, Raj, Howard and Leslie’s team name at the Physics Bowl.

3. Vegetarian

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What it usually means: Someone who does not eat meat or fish.
What it means to The Big Bang Theory fans: A hypocrite.

4. Coitus

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What it usually means: The rarely-used, scientific term for making love.
What it means to The Big Bang Theory fans: The commonly-used, everyday term for making love.

5. Bazinga

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What it usually means: Nothing – it is made up.
What it means to The Big Bang Theory fans: A word to follow a clever prank or joke.

6. Soft Kitty

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What it usually means: An extra fluffy baby cat.
What it means to The Big Bang Theory fans: A song used to cheer people up when they are sick.

7. Hot Beverage

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What it usually means: A warm drink.
What it means to The Big Bang Theory fans: A non-optional beverage that social protocol requires a person to make for another in their time of need.

8. Wednesday

“The Dumpling Paradox” — When Wolowitz (Simon Helberg, pictured far left) seduces Penny’s friend and takes her apartment, Penny (Kaley Cuoco, not pictured) sleeps on Leonard (Johnny Galecki, pictured far right) and Sheldon’s (Jim Parsons, pictured second from left) couch. With Wolowitz preoccupied, the guys discover they are without a fourth member of their group and in desperation, they ask Penny to join their Halo team, on THE BIG BANG THEORY, Monday Nov. 5, (8:30-9:00 ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. also pictured: Kunal Nayyar who plays the role of Koothrappali, pictured second from right
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What it usually means: The third day of the week.
What it means to The Big Bang Theory fans: Halo Night.

9. Froot Loops

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What it usually means: The third day of the week.
What it means to The Big Bang Theory fans: The astro-nickname given to Howard Wolowitz after his mother screams that his favourite cereal will get soggy.

10. Engineers

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What it usually means: Skilled workers who design, build or fix structures and machinery.
What it means to The Big Bang Theory fans: The Oompa Loompas of Science.

11. Eggnog

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What it usually means: An Xmas beverage made with milk, sugar, whipped eggs and rum.
What it means to The Big Bang Theory fans: Mostly just rum.

12. Troll

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What it usually means: An ugly creature from folklore who lives under a bridge.
What it means to The Big Bang Theory fans: A “hot”, savage beast from World of Warcraft who Howard had a virtual affair with.

13. Plenty

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What it usually means: A large amount.
What it means to The Big Bang Theory fans: Two.

14. 73

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What it usually means: A number following 72 and preceding 74.
What it means to The Big Bang Theory fans: Sheldon’s favourite number because it “is the 21st prime number. Its mirror, 37, is the 12th and its mirror, 21, is the product of multiplying 7 and 3… and in binary 73 is a palindrome, 1001001, which backwards is 1001001.”

15. 43

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What it usually means: A number following 42 and preceding 44.
What it means to The Big Bang Theory fans: The number of times Sheldon has managed to keep a Hacky Sack up in the air.



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