Meet Me At McDonald's
What Does Meet Me At McDonald's Mean?Meet Me At McDonald's is "A Hairstyle".
The origin of the phrase Meet Me at McDonald’s and, in particular, its use to refer to a hairstyle has still to be established. The phrase made the tabloid headlines in the UK in February 2018, when the head teacher at a school in Great Yarmouth banned male pupils from sporting the cut. The hairstyle is similar to styles popular amongst “New Romantics” in the 1980s, with very short sides, a floppy fringe and a top with a tousled perm. In a letter to parents, the head claimed that the hairstyle did not comply with school uniform policy and threatened to suspend or isolate any pupil that came to school with it.
The earliest online reference to Meet Me at McDonalds seems to be a in a 1988 Australian advertisement for the fast-food chain, but it is not clear how this ad could have inspired the haircut.
Summary of Key Points"A Hairstyle" is the most common definition for Meet Me At McDonald's on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
|Meet Me At McDonald's|
|Type:||Slang Word (Jargon)|
4: Difficult to guess
Adults, Teenagers, and Under 13s
Image for Meet Me At McDonald'sWhen I write Meet Me At McDonald's, I mean this:
A loose perm, with short sides and a floppy fringe.
Examples of Meet Me At McDonald's in SentencesHere's an example of Meet Me At McDonald's being used in conversation:
- Adult 1: I have just seen a group of lads with the most ridiculous haircuts I have seen since Depeche Mode were all the rage.
- Adult 2: You’ve just seen a group of lads with a Meet Me At McDonald's. Isn’t it cool?!
An Academic Look at Meet Me At McDonald'sWhen used to refer to “A Hairstyle”, the phrase Meet Me At McDonald's serves as a compound noun, i.e., a noun comprising at least two words. Other examples of compound nouns are:
What Did We Use To Say?Before Meet Me At McDonald's hit the headlines, we might have just said something like “80s-style haircut”.
Example of Meet Me At McDonald's Used in a Text
Meet Me At McDonald's
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