An implied invitation

implied + invitation
For those times when someone tells you about an event (including the time and place) with the intention of you attending, but doesn't explicitly invite you. For example:

A: "A bunch of us are going out to Pizza House for drinks/food after our outdoor game tonight. Jacki and Brandon will be there so you'll know them. Our game ends at 8 pm so we'd be to Pizza House around 8:30 pm."
B: "Thanks for the implivite!"

A's statement implies an invitation to B, but there is no actual, "Hey you wanna join" or "You should come!"
作者 teemuffin 2013年5月22日

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