All the Tropes Will Ruin Your Vocabulary
"A Ghost Head is a type of Cybernetic Allen Key which a Fake Thomas Jefferson uses to Impeach The Goddamn President. Used mostly when a writer is Combing His Hair or Speaking Fluent Cat, although if a character is Shirtless And Hungry it can be used to give them a Fire Island Swirlie. See also The Alien Is Not An Alien and Germany Fits In My Pocket."
Or enrich it, depending on your point of view.
It seems to be not at all unusual for a Troper to begin speaking tropinese in real-life situations that do not involve discussion of entertainment. This is apparently another way that Tropes Will Ruin Your Life.
The most evident symptom of this is the word "trope" itself, which is not commonly used outside of this site—it's only the 67,470th most frequent English word. That's behind "privies" but ahead of "milliners", just for reference.
You may even realize  that you have already started doing this without realizing.
This, when combined to a tendency to apply Square Peg, Round Trope is why some artists aware of troping aren't exactly fond of TV Tropes. (All The Tropes may still be under their radar for the moment.) On the other hand, many artists are Tropers themselves, so YMMV.