Definition of dookie salad
Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to ' exclamations (list of)':
Definitions include: exclamation expressing extreme amusement or perplexity.
Definitions include: a general exclamation.
Definitions include: Expression of disappointment, similar to 'bummer', though more forceful. 'Bummer' tends to be used when something unforeseen and unfortunate occurs. 'Rats', on the other hand tends to be used when you have been making a concerted effort to do something and it suddenly fails. You only use 'rats' about your own misfortune. You can use 'bummer' sympathetically also about someone else's misfortune.
Definitions include: "God blind me."
Definitions include: used in conversation to announce or respond to an ordinary event, with the sarcastic implication that the event is newsworthy.
Definitions include: general exclamation, usually for negative reaction.
Definitions include: an exclamation of surprise.
Definitions include: intensifier.
Definitions include: either "goodbye" or "thank you" or "good luck."
Definitions include: " for real".
Definitions include: exclamation of disgust.
Definitions include: to praise or congratulate oneself, or give oneself thanks.
Definitions include: exclamation used when one smells something that smells bad.
Definitions include: exclamation upon realizing one's misfortune.
Definitions include: exclamation of displeasure.
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