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walk of shame

noun;
The early morning walk across campus back to one’s college dorm in the same clothes as the day before after spending the night in someone else’s dorm room, engaging in sexual relations. The phrase was first used by Mike Myers’ character "Wayne" from Saturday Night Live's "Wayne's World". He was embarrassed that his Mom was taking Aerosmith on a tour of their house, i.e. "the walk of shame". This pop culture reference/allusion was applied in a new manner in this case to refer to the fact that the person in question’s appearance usually makes the proceedings of the previous night obvious which thus results in the shameful manner of the walk back.
 
It’s time to take the walk of shame again.
Etymology : Reanalysis of the allusion to the SNL phrase ‘walk of shame’.
Source : funny song found on the internet
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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