Have you ever been browsing your man’s Instagram comments and see a reoccurring female in all of them? To not come off as the jealous snooping psycho girlfriend, you let it rock and never ask him about it, but at some point you notice something weird is definitely going on. She’s using phrases like “punk” or “big head”and “hey stranger” and that’s when it dawns on you. She’s the side chick.
Side chicks have an entire lingo that they’ve created to hide in plain sight, all the while making you look like a total fool for suspecting them. They use phrases like “I hate you” or “We’re gonna fight” not as indicators that they are truly upset, but to really set up booty calls for later that night. “I hate you” is nothing more than a side chick looking for your man’s attention, and soon enough she will get it.
Men cosign this lingo because it makes you look crazy for bringing it up. “Who’s this B!tch Sarah talking about y’all gone fight?” sounds pretty dumb when you say it out loud, doesn’t it? Though you are justified in your suspicions, there is absolutely nothing you can say that won’t make you look petty and jealous. Imagine starting a fight with “Why does that B!tch keep LOL’ing under your pics? Sh!t wasn’t even that funny. What she mean by Big Head?” or Why that B!tch say she hate you, huh? She used to love you before, N!gga?”.. He’ll simply assure you nothing is going on, make you feel stupid for even arguing over something so ridiculous then call his side chick as soon as you fall asleep. Side chick lingo is dangerous. It was deliberately set up to make every girlfriend “crazy.”
Sidechick lingo isn’t reserved for just words anymore. With everyone having a smart phone, emojis are now used to send subtle hints of Vag!na offerings to men who are taken. It’s really hard out here for a girlfriend to stay sane, there’s so much to look out for but no Hardc0re evidence to provide unless you’re like Yandy and check your man’s Instagram DM’s when he isn’t paying attention.
What are some of the sidechick phrases you’ve seen used (or maybe used yourself)?