The Online Slang Dictionary
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The Online Slang Dictionary is a dictionary of slang words, neologisms, idioms, aphorisms, jargon, informal speech, and figurative usages. It has been edited and maintained by Walter Rader (waltergr@aol.com) since its creation in December 1996.

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Acknowledgements

Thanks to Retinafunk for his red pepper image, which is licensed CC-BY-SA.

Thanks to everyone who has submitted or edited definitions, or voted on terms. The Online Slang Dictionary wouldn't exist without you!