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do a Bradbury

verb

  • to achieve something by accident. To win against extreme odds usually when more fancied competitors have eliminated themselves from a contest because of unforeseen circumstances. Also, to plan to run last in an event as a tactical move to capitalize on any mishaps that may occur. Origin: Steven Bradbury, a short course speed ice skater representing Australia at the 2002 winter Olympics won Gold after all 6 of the more fancied competitors in front of him fell on the final corner. Bradbury in last place, skated 10 metres past the fallen skaters to win gold. Bradbury believed that he would not be able to win so remained in last place and waited for a mishap to occur, which it did, allowing him to win Australia's first ever winter Olympic gold medal. Australian slang.
    He was coming last when the others in the race fell, he kept going and won.
    He's been training for this for five years but didn't expect to win, then he did a Bradbury across the finish line.

    Last edited on Oct 29 2015. Submitted by S. McGrath from Australia on Mar 06 2002.

  • To achieve something seemingly by accident. To win against extreme odds usually when competitors have eliminated themselves from a contest. Also, to plan to run last in an event as a tactical move to capitalize on any mishaps that may occur. Origin: Steven Bradbury, a short course speed ice skater representing Australia at the 2002 winter Olympics won Gold after 4 of the more fancied competitors in front of him fell on the final corner. Bradbury in last place, skated past the fallen skaters to win gold. Bradbury believed that he would not be able to win so remained tactically in last place and waited for a mishap to occur, which it did, allowing him to win Australia's first ever winter Olympic gold medal. Australian slang.
    He's been training for this for five years but didn't expect to win, then he did a Bradbury across the finish line.

    Last edited on Oct 29 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 29 2015.

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hit it raw

verb

  • to have unprotected sex.

    Last edited on Jun 12 2015. Submitted by Reginald G. from Fort Bragg, NC, USA on Nov 21 2001.

  • To have sex without a condom.
    Can I hit it raw?

    Last edited on Mar 06 2002. Submitted by Eve from Long Beach, CA, USA on Mar 06 2002.

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knocked out

  • In a deep sleep.
    He's knocked out on my bed.

    Last edited on Mar 06 2002. Submitted by Al from Pomona, CA, USA on Mar 06 2002.

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twamp

  • 20 or a bag of marijuana worth 20 ounces or $20, most commonly $20, also dime is $10 and a nickel is $5.
    Can I buy that twamp of pot?

    Last edited on Jan 11 2002. Submitted by steve from IL, USA on Jan 11 2002.

  • Twenty.
    Let's smoke a twamp sac. Where is my twamp at.

    Last edited on Mar 06 2002. Submitted by Q from San Francisco, CA, USA on Mar 06 2002.

  • A twenty dollar bill.
    I just used my last twamp!

    Last edited on Aug 16 2002. Submitted by Billy C. from OH, USA on Aug 16 2002.

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