Household glossary 3: “It’s a thing”

it’s a thing a phrase indicating that something exists or is done (origin: Amish-influenced social studies class)


Example: Powdered peanut butter? It’s a thing.


See? It exists.


Bye, old buddy! (2)

Only 77,000 miles in 11 years–always losing out to minivans.

Despite your bum driver’s side speaker and door, you were a good, basic model.

I can’t even speak your trade-in value.

Almost as shiny as the day we bought you.

I had this broken fob fixed up real nice with some zip ties.