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  • 1HWDP — or ChWDP (read ha voo de pe ) is a frequently used acronym of a Polish vulgar phrase chuj w dupę policji , meaning fuck the police in the ass . [Polish Wikipedia [http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/HWDP HWDP on the Polish Wikipedia] ] The HWDP form is… …

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  • 2Euphemism — A euphemism is a substitution of an agreeable or less offensive expression in place of one that may offend or suggest something unpleasant to the listener, [ [http://www.merriam webster.com/dictionary/Euphemism Euphemism] Webster s Online… …

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  • 3Gag name — A gag name is a false name used to elicit humor through its simultaneous resemblance to a real name on the one hand, and to a term or phrase that is funny, strange, or vulgar on the other hand. The source of the humor is the pun and double… …

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  • 4vulgarism — n. Vulgar expression, vulgar phrase, vulgar idiom …

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  • 5Cajun cuisine — predominate, and preparation is simple. An authentic Cajun meal is usually a three pot affair, with one pot dedicated to the main dish, one dedicated to steamed rice, skillet cornbread, or some other grain dish, and the third containing whatever… …

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  • 6Stuck\ in\ Muddy\ Well! — A euphemistic phrase used in place of a vulgar phrase with which it rhymes. Used when you want to swear, but social circumstances don t permit it. Stuck in Muddy Well! I just slammed my thumb with this hammer! …

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  • 7Stuck\ in\ Muddy\ Well! — A euphemistic phrase used in place of a vulgar phrase with which it rhymes. Used when you want to swear, but social circumstances don t permit it. Stuck in Muddy Well! I just slammed my thumb with this hammer! …

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  • 8Vulgarism — Vul gar*ism, n. [Cf. F. vulgarisme.] [1913 Webster] 1. Grossness; rudeness; vulgarity. [1913 Webster] 2. A vulgar phrase or expression. [1913 Webster] A fastidious taste will find offense in the occasional vulgarisms, or what we now call slang,… …

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  • 9Aloysia Weber — Maria Aloysia Louise Antonia Weber (c. 1760 ndash; 8 June 1839) was a German soprano, remembered primarily for her association with the composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. BiographyBorn in either Zell im Wiesental or Mannheim, Aloysia Weber was one …

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  • 10Agamotto — Superherobox| caption=Agamotto as part of the Vishanti Art by Geof Isherwood comic color=background:#ff8080 character name=Agamotto real name= species= publisher=Marvel Comics debut= Strange Tales #115 creators= alliance color=background:#ffc0c0… …

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  • 11idiotism — idiotism1 /id ee euh tiz euhm/, n. 1. idiotic conduct or action. 2. idiocy. [1585 95; IDIOT + ISM] idiotism2 /id ee euh tiz euhm/, n. Obs. an idiom. [1580 90; < L idiotismus < Gk idiotismós a vulgar phrase, peculiar way of speaking] * * * …

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  • 12toilet humour — noun A scatological or vulgar phrase intended to be amusing. Syn: potty humor, potty talk …

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  • 13cheat — n fraud, fake, deceit, deception, *imposture, counterfeit, sham, humbug Analogous words: hoaxing or hoax, bamboozling or bamboozlement (see corresponding verbs at DUPE): *deception, trickery, chicanery, chicane: charlatan, quack, mountebank,&#8230; …

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  • 14improve — 1 Improve, better, help, ameliorate are comparable when denoting to mend or correct in part or in some de gree. Improve, the general term, and better, more vigorous and homely, apply both to objects and to states or conditions that are not of&#8230; …

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  • 15idiotism — I id•i•ot•ism [[t]ˈɪd i əˌtɪz əm[/t]] n. idiocy • Etymology: 1585–95; idiot+ ism II id•i•ot•ism [[t]ˈɪd i əˌtɪz əm[/t]] n. archaic an idiom • Etymology: 1580–90; &LT; L idiōtismus &LT; Gk idiōtismós a vulgar phrase, peculiar way of speaking …

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  • 16List of British words not widely used in the United States — Differences between American and British English American English …

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  • 17Spanish profanity — Joder redirects here. For the community in Nebraska, see Joder, Nebraska. This article is a summary of Spanish profanity, referred to in the Spanish language as lenguaje soez (low language), maldiciones (curse words), malas palabras (bad words),&#8230; …

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  • 18Common Era — BCE redirects here. For other uses, see BCE (disambiguation). Era Vulgaris redirects here. For the Queens of the Stone Age album, see Era Vulgaris (album). Common Era (sometimes Current Era[1] or Christian Era[2]), abbreviated as CE, is an&#8230; …

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  • 19List of words having different meanings in British and American English: A–L — Differences between American and British English American English …

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  • 20List of French words and phrases used by English speakers — Here are some examples of French words and phrases used by English speakers. English contains many words of French origin, such as art, collage, competition, force, machine, police, publicity, role, routine, table, and many other Anglicized&#8230; …

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