Well, at one point in the story, the main character is reading the book "Pride and Prejudice," and she summarizes what she's read so far in the first couple chapters. I tried to make the characters' dialogue in her summary as modern and un-Regency like as possible, and this occurs:
Schmergo, seeing as we're all getting into a min-arguement about this, could you provide us with some info on the context and the character?
And as for 'chick' being sleazy, I picked the word because I wanted Mr. Darcy to sound really unpleasant at this point...
So, Bing-Bing is like, “Come and dance, you moron!”
And Darcy—which I’m pretty sure is a girl’s name—goes, “No, you’re dancing with the only good-looking person here!”
And Bing-Bing goes, “Heck yes, I am! But, er, her sister’s over there… she’s fairly fit…”
And Darcy goes, “WELL, I GUESS SHE’S BETTER THAN THAT PILE-OF-POO-FACED CHICK OVER THERE NEXT TO HER, BUT, ER, I’D STILL RATHER STICK FORKS IN MY EYES IF IT’S ALL THE SAME TO YOU. BY THE WAY, YOUR GIRLFRIEND SMILES TOO MUCH.”