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Essentially means getting a figurative cream pie to the face. Usually used for when someone has been dumped or ignored by their partner/love interest.
Example: “She completely pied him off.”

Melt, salty and the ick: The lingo you need to know about this year

Reality TV has coined a lot of terms. So it’s no wonder most of us feel like we’re listening to another language when tuning into Love Island  and the like.

If you’re feeling like you’re from a different generation, just know you’re not alone. Do any of us really know what ‘pied’ means? What about ‘salty’?

Haven’t got a clue? Us neither.

But here’s a handy guide to the lingo that’s set to take over 2017. Time to brush up.

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