Each couple, as they grow closer together, seem to develop a language specific to their relationship. For some people, it is baby talk. For others, it is sarcasm. For even others, it's strange pet names.
Jonas and I have developed our language over a few years now. The first edition was primarily focused on Strong Bad phrases and intonations from homestarrunner.com. Yes, it sounds weird, but it's true. We both loved Homestar Runner and somehow (through no conscious choice of our own) it became a facet of our daily communications.
Though by no means gone from our vocabulary, Strong Bad has now taken a backseat to our newest love phrase: the boodle. Yep, the boodle. Many times this will be a string of boodles in a row, such as "boodle boodle boodle boodle boodle boodle boodle boodle!" Or sometimes just a single exclamatory "BOODLE!" Many phone conversations no longer begin with a "hey!", but rather a "boodle!" But the best use of the boodle has recently been as I'm falling asleep during the week and wishing he were here in my arms, rather than 2 hours away, I begin rolling around in bed and boodling aloud, wishing he were there to watch and then pounce on me in the bed.
Strange? Yes. But I must admit, I loooooove the boodles!