That's from a video on Youtube that I just saw. This is, to me, the most annoying kind of wrestling fan there is, someone who still thinks these terms are 'insider terms.' They haven't been insider terms ever since the business itself admitted it was 'fake' and predetermined, and since wrestlers/agents/promoters/etc. themselves started openly using the terms in interviews, books, DVDs, etc. I think this is the same kind of fan who takes pride in making sure people know they are a regular wrestling fan and not a 'smark.' I consider the word smark to also be an example of being behind the times. Since everyone knows that wrestling isn't a legitimate sport these days, and since it's easy to educate yourself on a lot of what happens behind the scenes (because the people inside the industry themselves tell you), then technically everyone is a 'smart mark' since everyone knows the business is a work. Anyway, I hate putting up with these kinds of fans, as they honestly think the rest of us so-called smarks think we're special for knowing and using 'insider terms' when in reality we're not, it's just them who are somewhat behind the times.