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Shag or shagging
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It means to have sex with, not an actual sexual term but a term for sex. i.e. I shagged that girl last night means, I had sex with that girl last night.
Used by the Brits as well. Had a British friend who would just stare at me when I told the kids to shag the balls from the baseball field. American English useage means to collect something...usually baseballs. Comment by: VegasLass   
I've only heard it by people trying to sound British. Not a common canuck slang, but we all know what it means Comment by: quiz   
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Shinanigan
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refers to an action, event or issue, often used to describe something mischevious or complicated. "What kind of shinanigans are you up to this time?"
also spelled with an e, shenanigans Comment by: quiz   
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shit-disturber
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"Don't be a shit-disturber" another way of saying "Don't rock the boat/Don't ruin the good vibes"
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shoddy
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verb to lay claim to "I shoddy the last piece of pizza!"
Never heard it used that way. Shoddy means really bad. "That's a shoddy piece of work." Comment by: Casy   
It's t not d like shotgun "shoty" Comment by: You are stupid    Rated:1/5
i heard it used as a verb meaning 'to lay claim' in New Brunswick. Comment by: someone   
'shoddy' in biritish means poorly made. 'shotty' in canadian means to lay claim to, or to call 'shotgun' to Comment by: quiz   
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Side Bulge
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A sideways protrusion in a guys pants. Cousin of the sideboob.
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Sin Bin
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Hockey penalty box
this applies to many different sports, not just hockey Comment by: Erin   
Used in lacrosse as well. Comment by: VegasLass   
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skoff
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a meal. we had a big skoff of clams last night
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Skookum
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A slang phrase originating in Western Canada (BC); commonly used as a noun or descriptive implying awesome or great.
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Slapper
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Posted by: Mack
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(Hockey) A slap shot
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Slippy
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(Prince Edward Island) A shortened term used very quite often for the word slippery.
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slog
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A difficult journey, such as slogging across town on foot.
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Soaker
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What you call your foot after stepping in a deep puddle or lake or river. If your foot gets completely engulfed in water you have yourself a soaker.
Also called a booter. Comment by: ....   
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Sook, Sookie
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A Newfie term for a "whiner", a complainer.
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Speakies
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A popular name for speakers. "Turn those speakies all the way up."
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Speedy Creek
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slang for Swift Current Saskatchewan
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Squiggers
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Are Squirrels- Look at that squigger over there right climbing the tree right next to that hoser
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Steph in Boots
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Works at Dundee
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Stubby
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A short neck beer bottle. All Canadian beer bottles used to be this way. Now only specialty, small brewer beers use these bottles. "If it is in a stubby, it's got to be Canadian".
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suckhole
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goodie-goodie, teacher's pet, person who does nothing wrong, disobedient or illegal, implies that person is afraid to step out of bounds proscribed by shool, family, the law, or society in general.
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suckhole
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goodie-goodie, teacher's pet, person who does nothing wrong, disobedient or illegal, implies that person is afraid to step out of bounds proscribed by shool, family, the law, or society in general.
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Surrey Girl
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A female that is known for her promiscuity. Will have incourse and/or give oral sex at the drop of a hat, or sip of alcohol.
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T-DOT
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Toronto variation of T.O.
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H3L0Bh Regards for helping out, great information. Comment by: bdsm lovers    Rated:4/5
Allegedlly replaced by "6ix", those of us near Toronto still use Tdot. Some people in Thorold, Ontario, refer to their town as 'little tdot' Thorold is, in no way, as cool as Toronto, and is in fact, the blister on St. Catharine's asshole. St. Catharines (aka st kitts, st cats), is a pretentious f*ckbag of a city that thinks it's the center of the Niagara region and claims literally anything the region produces as it's own accomplishment. Comment by: quiz   
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T.O.
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meaning Toronto, Ontario. Going to T.O. for the weekend eh!
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Take Off
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Express disbelief in what was said, "get out of here"
"Take off you hoser!"
Lol, i soo remember this from Bob and Doug Mackenzie. It was soo funni. Take Off Comment by: Sarah   
it's not all negative it can just be like "lets take off eh" Comment by: jas   
GREAT WHITE NORTH ALL THE WAY!!! take off you hoser Comment by: trevor    Rated:5/5
in n.b we also use book-er Comment by: b   
"Take off!" as in "Get lost!" Comment by: Stick   
In Sask. we use this just to mean "let's get out of here". We also use book-er. Comment by: CB   
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take the piss
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Take the mickey like saying something about someone
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