I, a grown woman with a career and an apartment, still refer to supermarket-bought parmesan as “shaky cheese.” It’s a nickname from childhood that has stuck for some reason. As a result, my significant other, because they are wonderful, always asks if I would like shaky cheese over my pasta. Don’t worry, it’s not a term we use at nice restaurants. In private, however, it’s shaky cheese.
Thanks to TikTok, I’ve recently learned we’re speaking “marriage language.” With over 33 million views and counting, #MarriageLanguage is TikTok’s latest viral relationship challenge. But the real question is: can “marriage language” actually be good for your relationship?