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Google has been penalizing this site in its search rankings for years and a Google employee lied about it. Since they have almost killed this site, I am going to start releasing details on Monday August 17 of my conversation with the Google employee who told me about the penalty in secret. More here.
Google has been penalizing this site in its search rankings for years and a Google employee lied about it. I am going to start releasing details on Monday August 17 of my conversation with the Google employee who told me about the penalty in secret. More here.
Google has been penalizing this site in its search rankings for years and a Google employee lied about it. Details of my conversation with the Google employee who told me about the penalty in secret start Monday August 17. More here.
Google has been lying about the penalty against this site for years. My conversation with the Google employee who told me about the penalty starts dropping August 17. More here.

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scape

  • To leave.
    Let's scape out of here.

    Last edited on Nov 29 1997. Submitted by Bjorn R. from Hughesville, PA, USA on Nov 29 1997.

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scat

noun - uncountable

  • pornography featuring defecation or fecal play.

    Last edited on Nov 13 2010. Submitted by Morgan D. from Seattle, WA, USA on Aug 30 2003.

  • sexual play with feces.
    The porn scene featured the mistress sitting on the foolish slaves's face while letting out a trail of stool reminiscent of the crowning of an anglo baby pig.

    Last edited on Apr 30 2020. Submitted by Morgan D. from Seattle, WA, USA on Aug 30 2003.

  • feces; "poop".
    That deer left a trail of scat!

    Last edited on May 29 2015. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 11 2009.

verb - ambitransitive

  • to leave.
    Are you ready to scat?
    Are you ready to scat this place, and go somewhere else?
    Why don't you just scat?

    Last edited on May 29 2015. Submitted by Joshua S. from Newport, KY 41071, USA on Jan 31 2003.

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scram

verb - intransitive

  • to leave.
                                                                                                                           

    Citation from "Chapter 13", Eastbound & Down (TV), Season 2 Episode 7 (2010) censored in hope of resolving Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Jan 12 2012. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 11 2009.

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see a man about a dog

verb

  • to defecate.
    I've got to go see a man about a dog.

    Last edited on Oct 01 2001. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 01 2001.

  • during prohibition in the United States, to acquire illegal alcohol.
    I've got to go see a man about a dog.

    Last edited on Sep 29 2004. Submitted by Robert W. on Sep 29 2004.

  • to excuse one's self for an unspecified or secret reason.
    Later guys. I've got to go see a man about a dog.

    Last edited on Oct 08 2005. Submitted by Tim B. from Livermore, CA, USA on Oct 08 2005.

  • to excuse yourself from a conversation without specifying why, for example to leave, buy a drink or go to the bathroom. The original use was to excuse yourself to place a bet on a dog or horse race. The term "see a man about a horse" has the same use.
    I've got to go see a man about a dog.

    Last edited on May 02 2012. Submitted by Elizabeth from Scone NSW 2337, Australia on May 02 2012.

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shake a leg

verb

  • to hurry.
                                                                                                                         

    Citation from "There's a Lot to Miss About the Jungle", Off The Map (TV), Season 1 Episode 13 (2011) censored in hope of resolving Google's penalty against this site.
    • See more words with the same meaning: to hurry.

    Last edited on May 02 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 31 2009.

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