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There's a neo-Nazi website that gets a million more visitors a month than we do, due to Google's penalty against this site. And a Google employee lied about it. Read the details here.
A neo-Nazi website gets a million more visitors a month than we do, due to Google's penalty against this site. A Google employee lied about it. Read more here.
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Dog and phony show

expression

  • dog and phony show

    Compare to spin Doctors.

    A false and lying presentation.

    The political party presented a dog and phony show.

    Last edited on Jan 14 2017. Submitted by Dr. P.D. Fisher on Jan 14 2017.

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GQ

  • a man that is dressed well, attractive and well off. From the magazine GQ, originally called Gentlemen's Quarterly.
    Man that guy was GQ.

    Last edited on May 10 1999. Submitted by Anonymous on May 10 1999.

  • term used to describe a good style or nice clothes. from the name of the magazine Gentlemen's Quarterly.

    Last edited on May 14 2011. Submitted by Philip W. from Lincoln, NE, USA on Apr 06 2000.

  • "GQ" is a Navy slang abbreviation for, "General Quarters". A call to General Quarters is an order to "Man your battle stations!"

    Last edited on Jan 14 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 14 2017.

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Heavy metal poisoning

expression

  • heavy metal poisoning

    Compare to sonic torture.

    This describes the effects of being enclosed with loud, obnoxious rock music for too long.

    I am about ready to take an ax to my roommate 's sound system, Korn 24-7 is giving me heavy metal poisoning!
    This also describes gun shot wounds.

    Last edited on Jan 30 2017. Submitted by Dr. P.D. Fisher on Jan 14 2017.

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Hits me in a soft spot

expression

  • hits me in a soft spot

    This describes the way in which tough people are emotionally open to others, such as children or pets.

    Compare to moves me.

    Bruto was a big, tough guy but would melt for children or pets, he said it hits me in a soft spot!

    Last edited on Jan 14 2017. Submitted by Dr. P.D. Fisher on Jan 14 2017.

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jeet

  • He tryd to hack my account but I am to "jeet" for that.

    Last edited on Jan 14 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 14 2017.

other

  • "did you eat".
    Hey Bill, I'm gettin' hungry. Jeet yet?

    Last edited on Jul 28 2012. Submitted by d-ray-55 on May 14 2012.

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