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cool beans
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Something very cool
"Hey George, have you seen that new site: www.coolslang.com? It's cool beans"
dated expression from the early 90's Comment by: Jared82CA    Rated:4/5
Don't use. No one says that anymore. Comment by: Sylvia   
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coon
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a black person
I have NEVER heard this one. Besides, doesn't "coon" just mean a racoon? Comment by: Lina   
yo this is totally not a nice thing to call anyone but its for def a word. listen to pink floyd's the wall Comment by: kesoper   
derogatory term for a black person. it's not nice, but correct. Comment by: Shoryuken    Rated:4/5
Coon is short for Racoon.....at least, in Canada it is. Comment by: keroseen   
Yes, in America "coon" is a derogatory term for an African American person (And can also mean "raccoon" too). It's pretty offensive, so don't say it. :p Comment by: Rae   
Coon is used here in Australia. Comment by: Mob   
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cop
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2 meanings: policeman and to try and get something, like to "cop a plea" in court to negotiate a sentence or plea bargain.
"Riggs (Mel Gibson): This is a real badge, I'm a real COP, and this is a real fucking gun! ... Murtaugh (Danny Glover): Have you ever met anybody you didn't kill? Riggs: Well, I haven't killed you yet. " [from the Movie Lethal Weapon by Director Richard Donner]
"To COP a feel" is a popular saying. "Johnny copped a feel on Becky's ass." Comment by: Sylvia   
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cop a 'za
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To go get a pizza. For example, "after we had some beers, we thought coppin' a 'za would be a good idea". Used in Montreal in the 1970's to 1990's.
pizza is yummy. very yummy. i am eating pizza right now. it is yummy. Comment by: Niya    Rated:5/5
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cop a plea
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Plead guilty to a reduced charge
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copistic
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cool
never ever heard anyone that was cool use this before. Comment by: jmat*   
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copycat
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to copy, to mimic
"There are many copycat sites of CoolSlang. Some even consider themselves Urban!" [from the Magazine The 10 Best Websites by Wired]
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Cougar
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An older woman trying to attract a younger man. (That cougar was flirting with me) Also a Mountain Lion
"Strut it lady, like you mean it. Show the kittens how it's done. Claw me baby, like you need it. Show me how a cougar hunts." [from the Song To Catch a Cougar by Cold Forty Three]
I was under the impression that "Cougar" simply referred to a single woman over the age of...40 or whatever. Comment by: Zabet    Rated:3/5
Who remembers the first time they heard cougar used to describe an older woman trying to get with a younger man because I have a deep theory that it originated in Victoria, B.C. circa 1990 and that Sweetwaters was the first "den." Can anyone back me up? Comment by: foreignowl   
I've heard this used since I was young, around four-five, which was 10-11 years ago. Comment by: .....    Rated:3/5
we call them mutton over in england, as in mutton dressed as lamb. same meaning, old girl trying to attract young males Comment by: paddylatic   
cougar bate, a guy trying to pick up a cougar for lesson in "Knocking-boots" Comment by: davee   
Zabat, that "cougar" has been in use since way before 1990... Comment by: Me   
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cow
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A woman who likes to r/p in sex but who also is a daft cow or ugly
1) a cow is a fat brained, stupidly slow person who refuses to think for themselves. This originates with the herd mentallity mindset and is an insult to any it is spoken to."Listen you cow, can't you figure this out!" 2) to have a cow is to take a panic attack and over react over nothing. "Don't have a cow man!" 3) a breeder or any man or woman who defines themself by the number of offspring she has raised (AKA "breeders") - "That cow over there, has 4 lil heifers in tow now, and she's not even 30 yet." Comment by: Doll    Rated:4/5
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cowtown
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Mostly used by outsiders to refer to the city of Calgary, but it is occasionally used by the locals as well. Calgary is surrounded by many ranches and has a large cattle industry and a long rodeo history, which is celebrated yearly at the Calgary Stampede, and that is probably how the town got the nick name
totally agree, alberta is ran with cow-type people, and drugs. besides, the calgary stampede is well, in calgary. i've never heard of it before, but i wouldn't be surprised if it's actually used. xD Comment by: carissa!    Rated:5/5
i hate this expression! no one in calgary is actually a cowboy. its stereotypical. and fyi, most residents leave town during stampede week Comment by: Eliza   
i'm from just south of cowtown, it's been cowtown to folks across the western states and western canada since i was a kid, and that's been a long while. people don't leave cowtown for the stampede, don't know where you EVER heard that. may not live in cowtown now, but it's a great name for a great city Comment by: annie   
im from N.B and the lil town of sussex is called cowtown, lots of farms and cowboys there! Comment by: becki    Rated:5/5
People DO indeed leave the city during stampede week, the city gets flooded with tourists, motor homes and it's generally a big pain in the ass. I know many people who take that week off and go somewhere more quiet. And the drugs here in Alberta are no different then any other province/city. Look at Vancouver, I bet there are far more drugs in Vancouver then there is in Calgary! Comment by: cowtowngal   
Cowtown is also used to refer to Fort Worth, Texas because of the stockyards there. Comment by: Molly   
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Crabs
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Nits In Your Pubic Hair
Not just nits (louse eggs). "Crabs" is an infestation of the pubic area by the crab louse, Pthirus pubis. "Better to have lobsters on your piano than crabs on your organ" -- Unknown Comment by: dbeierl   
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Crack A Fat
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Have an erection
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crack head
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some one addicted to crack cocaine
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crack head(proper wider application)
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a stupid, fucked up person
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cracker
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slang for white person
"Cracker Ass Cracker, I'll put my foot in your Cracker ass!"
In the US, it is a poor, ill mannered, white person. AKA, "Trailer Trash" Comment by: Matthew    Rated:3/5
In Florida, it refers to any native Floridian. Comment by: Jared82CA   
where im from in the US, it just means a very very white person, usually used by black people. Comment by: Holly   
Ah, yes, the term of Cracker. Not only is it a small, bread-like food, but it is a really WHITE bread-like food, which created the term of CRACKER for a white person. It isn't taken as offensive by an African American, or a blackie, but if it is done vice versa, hope you don't get jumped the next day! And yes, cracker CAN mean trailor trash. Comment by: Emma   
American slang for a white person, usually a white male. Oddly enough, though it originated in the era of US slavery here by African-Americans, it had nothing to do with the hard, bread-like food called the cracker. It was used as a warning to other slaves for when a person of importance (i.e. like the slave owner) was coming home; it referred to the sound of the whips the carriage-drivers used to control the horse teams. Comment by: derp   
Dez be doze ones who aint Gangstas Comment by: Sweet Mo Fuggin J   
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Cracker Jap
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A derogatory term for someone of mixed Japanese/White race. Play on the name of a snack food, "Cracker Jacks"
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Craic
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Posted by: Psyco SydRating:0.9  
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Gaelic for Fun. Also used as a greeting. "What's the craic?" Pronounced like "crack"
Brilliant slang as everywhere else in the world associates the pronounciation of this word (as in "crack") with drugs rather than just plain fun Comment by: Dools    Rated:5/5
also used a lot in scotland. can be used to say that someone has good chat or good banter, i.e "good craic". Comment by: blair   
Crack is not originally a Gaelic word. It's a dialectic English word that is used very commonly in Ireland. It has gone into Gaelic now as "craic". But in English it should still be spelt "crack" Comment by: Joe   
"Crack is not originally a Gaelic word".... No it's not! It's originally an Irish word you ignorant buffoon Comment by: The Real Deal   
No 'craic' is not originally Irish, it's a dialect of English, and don't forget the written form of Irish Gaelic was invented by an Englishman, it had to be since the Irish were illiterate, and often called bog-trotters in the vernacular. Comment by: Brian Baroo    Rated:1/5
right sir,houl yer horses,its definitely irish. looked at the british slang section,not mentioned at all. calm the bap. Comment by: seriously?   
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crank
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fancy jewelery, more specifically diamonds. also known as "ice"
You forgot to mention speed, meth, aka Crank Comment by: Sean    Rated:3/5
crank is a word used for a crystal meth. Comment by: fuze   
Crank is drugs.. specifically 'uppers'. I've never heard it used for jewelry. If you heard someone say "ice" is "crank" they were talking about the drug 'ice'(meth), not 'ice' as in jewelry. Comment by: That guy   
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crap
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"shit", "poop", 1) feces 2) a cheap, useless or unwanted item
"Beevis: 'What is this crap?' "It's our inventory Beavis." "Oh Yeah."" [from the Movie Beavis and Butthead by Beavis and Butthead]
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Crappy Tire
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Canadian Tire!! Nationwide and we all know what it means!!
"Crappy Tire: the last refuge of man." [from the Song Canadian Tire by Astronaut Chris Hadfield]
If you Google "Crappy Tire", Canadian Tire come up first! Comment by: Young Diefenbaker    Rated:5/5
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Cred
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Credibility, "Joey has street cred now that he whacked that pimp."
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crib
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one's house
"Sittin in my Lazy Boy watchin MTV. Just my lady, my partner, his lady and me. Sippin Dom Perrignon, don't answer the phone. I got servants to do it, cause I'm king of the throne. ... So don't ever mess with us or you might not live. Especially when we're coolin in the crib." [from the Song Coolin\' in the Crib by White Boys]
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Crow
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An old person or a boggie (large snot picked from the nose
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cunt
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Cuckold
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A man whos wife is cheating on him,and he knows and allows it
This is not slang. It is standard English and refers to a *husband* who has been cheated on or "given horns" whether he knows it or not. Also a verb: "He was cuckolded." Probably not much used in US in the last forty years, I would guess. Comment by: dbeierl   
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