One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to refer to a man or boy whose name one cannot recall, does not know, or does not wish to specify.‘the day you married whatshisface’
- ‘To be fair, I probably do care more about the deer than I do about Bella and Whatshisface.’
- ‘I think much the same could be said for choosing somebody like Joe Whatshisface over the three millionaires currently vying to be our new Ruler.’
- ‘He didn't look as bothered when professional whatshisface dislocated his shoulder!’
- ‘I think it will stop uncle whatshisface owning a firearm.’
- ‘Is the whatsisface we traded them for him even still in baseball?’
- ‘I did leave that thing with whatshisface from 'Home Improvement'.’
- ‘Whatsisface barely registered a blip outside of hard-core NASCAR circles.’
- ‘Rik Whatsisface managed to scrape into later rounds.’
- ‘People like Lord Whatshisface are very wealthy and are completely outside any law.’
- ‘She knew full well that whatshisface is a married man with children, so that means hands off.’
- ‘The rumour mill can stop now, it's also been confirmed that Jen is in fact pregnant with whatshisface's child.’
- ‘She almost told Jack the truth right there but being rejected twice in one evening was too much for her so she just cried about it, letting Jack think that it was about whatshisface instead.’
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