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Kevin Bacon And Kyra Sedgwick Effortlessly Tackle The Couple Dictionary Trend

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After 35 years of marriage, Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick have a language all their own.

The Hollywood love birds recently filmed themselves taking part in the new social Couple Dictionary trend. Romantic partners play it by quizzing each other on words they created in the relationship. The duo recorded themselves playing the game and shared it with their Instagram fans.

“I’m gonna give you clues on a word we use at least weekly during our marriage,” Kevin explained to Kyra in the clip. 

His first question wasn’t a word, but something they do when life isn’t going their way.

“What do we do when something is overwhelming and a total bummer?” he asked his wife.

“Can it be a sound?” she replied before making the Home Improvement “uh” noise. Kevin let her know she was correct by repeating the sound.

Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick Often Find Themselves “Hairanoid”

“This is a word for when you’re worried that your hair is falling out or you’re having a bad hair day,” Kevin Bacon said as he moved into round two. “You take a shower and then you’re looking in the mirror and you think that you have less of something than you had last week.”

Kyra Sedgwick nailed that answer with ease.

“This is a little ditty that we like to call ‘hair-anoid,’” she said. “Not paranoid, ‘hair-anoid.’ And it means that you’re paranoid that your hair doesn’t look good.”

Kyra ran her hands through her long blonde hair and assured everyone that both she and Kevin “suffer from this problem.” He agreed.

Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedwick have been #couplegoals for decades, so it’s no surprise they had such great and adorable results with Couple Dictionary. The two are always a united front, and they make it a priority to put their marriage and their kids, daughter, Sosie, and son, Kevin, first.

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