Wife: Do you know what the term “Netflix and chill” means?
Husband: No. I’d imagine it means to watch Netflix and relax.
Wife: Yeah, me too. Except somebody said it at work today and when several others laughed really hard at what he’d said I asked why it was so funny and someone just said with a snicker, “It has another meaning” so then after I got home I looked it up. *reads definition of the term from a random website*
Husband: How do we fall behind on these things?
Wife: I don’t know! Usually you’re up to speed though, so now I’m worried!
Husband: Ohhhh! Now that we’re talking about it, I think one of the developers used that phrase today, and at the time I just thought he was talking about watching Netflix and relaxing. Who used and laughed at that phrase at your office?
Wife: (recites names)
Husband: They’re not married, right?
Husband: Maybe that’s the secret; they’re in the dating world and we just don’t know it because we’ve been married so long.
Wife: That’s what we’ll tell ourselves, anyway. (Also, this reporter doesn’t seem to know what it means, either.)