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bloody hell

interjection

  • general exclamation. From England.
                                                                                                              

                                                                                                                       

    Citation from "Notapusy", Arrested Development (TV, 2005), Season 3 Episode 4 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Dec 02 2010. Submitted by Miranda W. from Rincon, GA, USA on Nov 17 2005.

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horsefeathers

  • This allegedly according to the 'Daily Telegraph Cryptic Crossword' originates from the USA to identify to the receipt of the said phrase that the narrator believes that a person is talking bullshit. (Feathers cannot be found on a horse apart from mythical ones, such as the Pegasus.)
    Oh man, you are talking complete horsefeathers.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Charles H. from Hungary on Feb 15 2000.

  • Came about in the 1920's. Means ridiculous.
    Horsefeathers! There ain't no such thing!

    Last edited on Nov 17 2005. Submitted by Miranda W. from Rincon, GA, USA on Nov 17 2005.

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idjit

noun

  • "idiot".
    That guy's an idjit.
    You stupid idjit!

    Last edited on Apr 19 2013. Submitted by Miranda W. from Rincon, GA, USA on Nov 17 2005.

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river rat

  • usually a term given to someone from Mississippi. Generally not derogative.

    Last edited on Nov 17 2005. Submitted by Miranda W. from Rincon, GA, USA on Nov 17 2005.

other

  • NOUN or ADJECTIVE

    A term to either describe or label someone who works aboard towboats on the North American inland waterways. Only considered derogative or offensive if used to intentionallly belittle someone based on their profession or socio-economics .

    The term "river rat" is used by river barge workers and those who live near the inland waterways.

    Last edited on Jul 28 2011. Submitted by An Ohio River Towboater's Wife from Lawrence, Ohio, USA on Jul 28 2011.

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swamp rat

  • dirty, un-clean, generally feral. From a suburb in Australia which was built on an old swamp and was on the bad side of town where lots of crims live.
    Oh my god she is such a swamp rat.

    Last edited on May 17 2011. Submitted by Sarah from Australia on Feb 06 2002.

  • usually a term given to someone from Louisiana or around swampy areas. Generally not derogative.

    Last edited on Nov 17 2005. Submitted by Miranda W. from Rincon, GA, USA on Nov 17 2005.

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