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case of the red ass

  • angry, pissed off
    He's got a case of the red ass.

    Last edited on Sep 05 2003. Submitted by Caldwell H. on Sep 05 2003.

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case of the stupids

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case quarter

noun

  • a twenty-five cent coin.
    Can you give me a case quarter for two dimes and a nickel?
    • See more words with the same meaning: money.

    Last edited on Jan 21 2003. Submitted by Anthony G. from Wethersfield, CT, USA on Jan 21 2003.

  • twenty-five cent coin, as opposed to twenty-five cents in smaller change.
    Can you give me a case quarter for this parking meter, I only have two dimes and a nickel?

    Last edited on Jan 21 2004. Submitted by Avi L. from Brooklyn, NY, USA on Jan 21 2004.

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cash corner

noun

  • ATM. used mainly by native English speakers living in Japan. It is a corruption of a word used by the Japanese

    Last edited on Jun 23 2005. Submitted by Elcid B. from Ōsaka City, Ōsaka Prefecture, Japan on Jun 23 2005.

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cash in (one's) chips

verb

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cash money

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cassamoe

  • popular term in Central Florida hospitality industry for people who tend to run servers with no regard to other diners in a servers station. Derived from the cassamoes tendency to use cassamoe (pronounced "casa mo") in place of "can I have some more". Example; Cassamoe bread; cassamoe tarter sauce, cassamoe butter, et, al. Servers tend to fall behind when overloaded with a section full of "cassamoes", as "cassamoes" don't compile a list of needed items, they generally ask fo' mo' upon each delivery of a previously requested item. In short, cassamoes run servers like a pair of cheap panty hose.

    Last edited on Jan 27 2007. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 27 2007.

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