What is Rockwell?


Related to the musician Rockwell (Kennedy William Gordy) who sang the popular song "Somebody's Watching Me". This term defines the action of someone watching/following a person without their permission, aka stalking. Rockwell can have the suffix -ed or -ing added in certain situations.

Alternate meaning can signify being tricked or fooled by your friend(s), etc.

I met this ugly chick last night at the bar, and she's been Rockwelling me ever since.

Damn son! If you like her that much, just pull a Rockwell.

You just got Rockwelled bitch!

See stalking, sneaking, fooling, tricked


A replacement for the word 'well' that is a reference to the optimistic and wholesome pictures of Norman Rockwell;

Conversational shorthand to indicate that you, your spouse, and your kids are doing fine, and that your life generally consists of being largely consumed by those activities centred around nuclear family.

Particularly useful when catching up with someone you haven't spoken to in some time, and wish to keep the conversation as brief as possible.

Bob: Hey, Joe! I haven't seen you for years! How's your wife and the family?

Joe: Hey Bob. Things are good, nothing really new. We're pretty Rockwell.

See fine, good, idyllic


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