My friend and I were quite bored one day when we decided to rank women using an interestingly new scale. It was spawned from some of my other friends (who were women) using the clock as a scale with 1 being the lowest and 12 being the highest. For example "So (after pointing to a certain guy) how about we get together at 12 o'clock and have lunch?" meaning "Wow, that guy is hot!" After hearing of this me and my friend laughed and decided to modify it test it out on the table. Eventually this simple scale expanded into a complex almost code language that only a few that were around during our discussion understood. It works like this John Doe: Hey (A), we need to work on that project so I'll drop by at (B)C) at (D)'s place in (E) days. Is that all right? Jack Buck: (No (B)C) is better for me.)/(Yeah that's fine.) A-Person you're talking to B-Direction (12 o'clock being right in front of you, 3 o'clock being right, 9 o'clock being left, 6 o'clock being right in back) C-Scale (1 being lowest 59 being highest) D-Point of View for clock (usually your place or my place) E-People over from the point of in case there are more than one person in a line. (you will probably rarly use this) Anyways that's how it goes so you guys can use this to rate women with your friends in front of your significant other without getting in trouble. PS In case you're wondering, I was bored.