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Slang Poster Charley Chartwell has released a rad poster featuring popular slang terms from the

Galvanised galvanized pipe clothes racks and rails -- summer project  Big Bertha Industrial Garment Rack (Oilfield Slang)

Galvanised galvanized pipe clothes racks and rails -- summer project Big Bertha Industrial Garment Rack (Oilfield Slang)

Southern Slang: That thing's deader than a door nail. It ain't workin', it won't start, it's broke.

Southern Saying~That thing's deader than a door nail. Except it's more likely heard "deader'n a doornail.

Appropriate as we are about to celebrate the day we declared we didn't want to call our food any of these things!

Bangers & biscuits: your guide to translating British food slang

"American language vs the British language. People of Britain call items weird things compared to here in the United States. The creators of the ENGLISH language can call things whatever the fuck we want, thanks!

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Mama always said if you cannot say something nice don't say it at all! Well you can call someone a wanker without ever using the words! This fun card puts a nautical theme into insults! Card is blank so you can personalize the message inside and includes

Probably the one that makes my English major daughter cringe the most!

Probably the one that makes my English major daughter cringe the most! Love the south!

In case you missed it, an Annapolis, MD high school now requires students to sign a contract promising to abstain from "sexually explicit" dancing before attending school-sponsored dances. Everyone...

Controversial Teen Dance Crazes That Pissed Off Parents Throughout History

“Splifficated” and Other Obscure Slang Words from the - "Giggle Water" and "Panther Sweat" and dancin'

Mugpies are real saw them on national geographic

Funny pictures about Even The Birds Will Try To Kill You In Australia. Oh, and cool pics about Even The Birds Will Try To Kill You In Australia. Also, Even The Birds Will Try To Kill You In Australia photos.

Which of these do you think is the strongest?  (Hint: listen to President Trump -- he loves to use strong adjectives.  Ah, yes! You've got it: awful, terrible and dreadful!)

ESL Blog for Learning and mastering English Fluency!

(Hint: listen to President Trump -- he loves to use strong adjectives. You've got it: awful, terrible and dreadful!

I like the mudblood pop culture stuff. My headcanon is that Hogwarts purebloods develop their own quasi-pop culture by osmosis. Like, all the muggleborns are using Belieber as a word, so purebloods adopt it as slang for a vapid person, because, as far as they can tell, that's what it means.

Harry potter and mulan. When I read "let's get down to business I already said to myself "to defeat the huns"

The folk speech of Appalachia, instead of being called corrupt, ought to be classified as archaic. Many of the expressions heard throughout the region today can be found in the centuries-old works of some of the greatest English authors: Alfred, Chaucer, Shakespeare, and the men who contributed to the King James version of the Bible, to cite but a few.

becoming–brina: “thatbonegirl: “ silentcuriosity: “ Appalachian English The folk speech of Appalachia instead of being called corrupt ought to be classified as archaic. Many of the expressions heard.

i sort of feel like james dashner should of had real bad words because at times you can totally tell he wanted to cuss so instead he makes up a babyish word but i love all glader slang just the same

PLEE but this is hilarious! i sort of feel like james dashner should've had real bad words because at times you can totally tell he wanted to cuss so instead he makes up a babyish word but i love all glader slang just the same

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