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whoa
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Said to stop someone from saying something. "Whoa, you didn't mean that did you?"
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Whoppa
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Big, fat, massive and a hamburger made by Burger King
I eat the Whopper Jr, so I can maintain my girlish figure. Comment by: Barbie Girl   
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wiener
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penis, "dick"
"Look, I'm strokin' my wiener" [from the Movie Beavis and Butthead by Beavis and Butthead]
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wifey
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a girlfriend who is in a serious relationship.
There's nothing worse than people who say 'wifey.' Comment by: Jenn    Rated:1/5
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wigger
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Posted by: kage-ookami4
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a white person who tries to be black. they often diverge into hip-hop culture, wearing baggy clothes with brands like "Sooth Pole" and "Phat Farm". the also speak, well try to, using ebonics. many of them try to pass themselves off as actually african-americans.
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Wild West
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The western U.S. from 1865 to 1895rnrn
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Wimp
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See Wuss.
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Winsome witch
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My mum Julie
really? that's a lame explaination... Comment by: ...   
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WOF
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You are a waste of space...meaning you are nothing normally used in an argument or being yelled at
This means the same as "full of it." (ie, "what a load of wof." Ron Weasley said after hearing Dolores Umbridge's speech.) Comment by: J D   
Is "wof" an abbreviation for something? It sounds like it. Yeah, I think a whole generation of Americans is going to be using BritSlang thanks to Harry Potter. (Yet we're supposedly too dumb to get the reference to the Philosopher's Stone...jeez.) Comment by: Meg   
you wonder why people think you won't catch on to thing, yet you are asking if WOF stands for something...nice. let's think about this for about 10 seconds. Waste Of Space.. WOF Comment by: jesicat   
This actually is an abbreviated version of "what a load of waffle" Comment by: BS   
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woot
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Used by gamers to express elation. Can also be spelled w00t.
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word is bon
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i swear
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Word to your mother
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ghetto mo`(ghetto esckomo)
by, vanilla ice Comment by: your gay    Rated:1/5
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word up
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To chill or chill out is to rest, relax or even tell someone to calm down. "I am chilling" could be used to say I am putting up my feet and having a beer for awhile.
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working girl
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a prostitute
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Wow
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Amazing, interesting, an expression made when something unexpectedly good happens.
WoW Wipe-em Out Wednesday Comment by: john   
It doesn't have to be positive. It certainly doesn't mean 'amazing' or 'interesting' thought it could be applied to amazing and interesting things. It's just an expression of general surprised disbelief. "Wow! I can't believe that happened." "Wow! I thought it was enough?" "Wow! You really look good today." Can also be used in the place of the word 'impress', as in: "Why don't you give it your best shot and see if you can wow me" Can also be used in the past tense then: "I was really wowed by what I saw." Comment by: That Guy   
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wrangle-gangle
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Posted by: michaelt42
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chaotic, riotous, unruly, affected by drink. Used by (1) Annie Proulx in The Shipping News (1933), ch. 20; (2) report of drunken behaviour: 'Jonathan Rhys Meyers was charged Sunday with public drunkenness and breach of peace after some reportedly wrangle-gangle behaviour at Dublin Airport. The pillow-lipped actor, was said to be demonstrating "erratic, abusive" behaviour in the airport ...'source NATIONAL POST(of Canada) NOVEMBER 20, 2007.
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WTF
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WHAT THE FUCK
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Wurd
Posted by: highondrums2005
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Acknowledgment.
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Wuss
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A wuss is someone who has no backbone, figuratively, and might be called "a chicken" or "wimp".
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