Riverdale is a strange town with a strange vernacular.
When Archie, Betty, Jughead, and Veronica aren't throwing pop culture references at you, they're using phrases like "Jingle Jangle" and "Sticky Maple."
Regardless if you're a longtime resident or new in town, sometimes, it's hard to keep up.
That's why we've put together a trusted little glossary of Riverdale's terminology and slang.
Bijou - Riverdale Glossary
Let's start with something simple, shall we? The Bijou is Riverdale's movie theater. It's where Archie catches a movie with Jughead every year for his birthday. Except for this year, when Betty, Jughead's new GF joined in on the fun.
Blue and Gold - Riverdale Glossary
Riverdale High's very own student-run newspaper. And by student-run, I mean it was inactive till Betty and Jughead restored it to its full glory before he transferred to Southside High. Of course, Betty's mom Alice serves as an advisor.
Bughead - Riverdale Glossary
When two characters get together on a TV show, fans start to 'ship' them and they give them a ship-name. Bughead is the combined name for one of the show's fave couples, Betty and Jughead.
Chugmo - Riverdale Glossary
Riverdale's chain liquor store, which was going to replace Pop's after Fred's shooting until the Lodge's bought the place out ensuring it will continue serving milkshakes and burgers for years to come.
Fox Forest - Riverdale Glossary
Fox Forest sees a lot of action and I'm not simply talking murder. The forest is where gay men, including Kevin, go cruising or night jogging, which is code for secretly finding other men to satisfy their needs.
Ghoulies - Riverdale Glossary
Jughead first learned about the Ghoulies, the Southside Serpent's rival gang, when he transferred schools. They may be responsible for beating him up on his first day. Keywords: may be.
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