I’m not sure how it happened, but a unique phrase has taken hold of the monkey lingo. It started about a month ago and the frequency of use has only increased. Treacherous is so much more than an adjective, it’s a state of mind. More specifically, it’s the college state of mind. Treacherous behavior includes going all out, acting like a fool and having little regard for normal human behavior. For example, a night of heavy drinking can be preceded by the phrase “It’s time to get treacherous tonight.” It’s also very possible to put oneself in a treacherous situation. For example, a bar special of $1 Bud Light is treacherous because of the ease in which that will translate into treacherous activity. At any point, someone that is taking part in treacherous behavior can be said to be engaging in treachery. Also, someone that is acting particularly treacherous can be nicknamed “treach” and should be referred to as “treach” until a change in activity. Have you or your friends ever acted treacherous? Please comment and describe!