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Big Game, the

noun

  • a particular important sporting event. The specific event depends on context and may be regional, depend on specific schools, etc.
                                                                                               

    Citation from Sam's Club advertisement blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Jul 25 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Feb 03 2010.

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bogon

noun

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bub

noun

  • a baby.

    Last edited on Sep 25 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Apr 24 2010.

  • Australian slag terminology equal to that of American word Boo. Used as a sign of endearment for one's significant partner, as a sign of affection.

    Last edited on Sep 25 2010. Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 25 2010.

noun - uncountable

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cremains

noun

  • "cremated remains".
                                                                                                                                                                                                               

    Citation from "TRENTON: Police hoping to identify urn found at park", The News-Herald, Anne Sullivan, January 30 2010 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Apr 19 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Feb 03 2010.

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shiggles

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skate rocks

  • means fuck off plain and simple it replaces f-off of F-You

    "if you don't like what I say then skate rocks" "If you don't like what I say then you can skate rocks" both are good uses, the first example could be F-You or F-off the second implies F-off, and is more the origin of the phrase, as you can see, it is like saying 'suck lemons' as, skateboarding in gravel, or rocks, is NOT fun so, you can 'skate rocks' or you can 'suck lemons' are similar. they can stand alone, as just F-Off = F-You and don't need to be so grammatically correct as, you can skate rocks, or you should skate rocks

    Last edited on Feb 03 2010. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 03 2010.

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snail, the

noun

  • a humorous response to an attempted fist bump whereby the attempted fist bump receiver does not reciprocate, but rather moves their hand directly underneath the fist, palm down, and raises the first two fingers.

    The result is the snail's shell (the fist) with body (the flat palm-down hand) and antennae (the raised fingers.)

    See here for a photograph.

    Last edited on Jul 25 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Feb 03 2010.

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truthiness

  • "truth" that a person claims to know regardless of actual facts.

    Last edited on Feb 18 2013. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Feb 03 2010.

origin

  • This meaning was coined by TV comedian Stephen Colbert. Named "word of the year" for 2005 by the American Dialect Society and for 2006 by Merriam-Webster.

    Last edited on Feb 18 2013. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Feb 03 2010.

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