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110%

verb

  • 110%- indicating absolute agreement with another person's statement; strongly agreeing with another person's statement.

    He said "Jupiter House has the best coffee in town!"

    She said "Right! 110%!"

    Last edited on Sep 06 2018. Submitted by Liz in Texas from Dallas, TX, USA on Sep 06 2018.

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Hungry

adjective

  • To be openly, publicly horney/hot for sex or obviously needing sex, to the point where one seems desperate for it, or when one is too open about feeling horney/hot for sex, especially when interacting with possible sex partners.

    "She seemed so hungry around the guys at the party I was embarrassed for her."

    Last edited on Sep 06 2018. Submitted by Liz in Texas from Dallas, TX, USA on Sep 06 2018.

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What time it is

interjection

  • a warning shouted out to let others know that the police are arriving or close by, especially when there is illicit activity going on. From central Florida, USA, 1990s.
    Someone shouted "What time it is! What time it is!" and suddenly I was standing there alone as the police rolled up.

    Last edited on Oct 18 2018. Submitted by Liz in Texas from Dallas, TX, USA on Sep 06 2018.

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