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Do you use a slang word? Never heard it? You can vote on every slang word in the dictionary. The most-used words are:

  1. cool
  2. nice
  3. ya
  4. yeah right
  5. whatever
  6. argh
  7. awesome
  1. no worries
  2. geek
  3. hot
  4. gonna
  5. dunno
  6. misses, the
  7. bro
In addition to popularity voting, you can vote on how vulgar slang words are. The most vulgar words in the slang dictionary are:

  1. f***h
  2. s*******k
  3. c**t
  4. g***s b****m b**t
  5. r***y t******e
  1. b******n
  2. c*m d******r
  3. s***s
  4. C*******d S*****r
  5. m*****y

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