Pedro Pascal is beekeeping age.
Yeah, he's aged like fine wine.
|Zaddy||A composed, fashionable, and attractive man|
|Latte papa||An attractive Swedish dad|
|Silver fox||An attractive older man|
|Unspoken rizz||Nonverbal charm|
|Hottish||Kind of attractive|
|Outkick your coverage||To have a romantic partner who is much more attractive than you|
|Snacc||An attractive person|
|Butterface||An attractive person with an unattractive face|
Beekeeping age is another way to describe someone (typically a man) as attractive. People often use it on social media to compliment handsome older men (e.g., zaddies in their 40s), both famous and ordinary.
Origin of beekeeping age
The slang term "beekeeping age" originated from the May 10th, 2020, "Promortyus" episode of Rick and Morty (7th episode of season 4). In the episode, the Tricia character remarks on the attractiveness of her friend Summer's dad, who is literally beekeeping. When talking about him, she says, "How old is your dad? He's obviously beekeeping age."
Fans of the show then popularized it on social media, especially on TikTok. For example, you may see videos of women lip-syncing the scene from the show on TikTok with a video or image of an attractive older man with "#beekeepingage" in the comments.
As the term became popular, people also began using it in real life (IRL). For example, your friend may remark on the attractiveness of an older man in the park by saying to you, "That man in the hat is at peak beekeeping age. Should I ask him for his number?"