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A Canadian
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Used when ordering a certain type of beer "Molson Canadian" EX: "Gimme a Canadian bartender!"
"Hey, I'm not a lumber jack, Or a fur trader, And I dont live in an igloo, Or eat blubber, Or own a dog sled, And I don't know, Jimmy, Jally or Suzie from Canada, Although I'm sure they're really really nice, I have a Prime Minister not a President, I speak English and French not American, And I pronounce it about not "a-boot", I can proudly sew my country's flag on my backpack I believe in peackeeping not policing. Diversity not assimilation, And that the beaver is a truley proud and noble animal. A toque is a hat, a chesterfield is a couch. And it is pronounced "zed", not "zee", "ZED"! Canada is the 2nd largest landmass! The 1st nation in hockey! And the best part of North America! My name is Joe and I am Canadian!" [from the Song I Am Canadian by Molson]
Canada is the linchpin of the English- speaking world. Comment by: Winston Churchill   
I'm not a Starfleet Commander, nor T.J Hooker... I speak English ... and French not Klingon. I live in California, although I was raised in Montreal. My name is William Shatner and I AM CANADIAN! Comment by: Bill Shatner    Rated:5/5
Canadians are the Poor White Trash of North America. Comment by: Dick Steele   
Well Mr. Steele you you-alls seem to forget What Canada and Canadians have done for the so called excited states of america. There really to many to mention but check GOOGLE. Just a couple things. 1st remember Iran who was it hid your diplomats and got them out of the country. 2nd remember 911, who was it gave food and shelter and comfort to the passengers on the planes who had to land here. Did we ask for anything in return? No, all we asked for was a thank-you. Did we get it no. Comment by: Brian R. Cuthill    Rated:5/5
Yeah, I'm American but I've been to Canada, and they're all super nice, and I might live in Canada some day. If you talk trash about Canada in front of me, you're getting it. Comment by: Not My name   
k3pbyV Would you be interested in exchanging links? Comment by: see pron    Rated:3/5
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Posted by: MackRating:1.7  
American Born Chinese
The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum - even encourage the more critical and dissident views. That gives people the sense that there's free thinking going on, while all the time the presuppositions of the system are being reinforced by the limits put on the range of the debate -- Comment by: Norm Chomsky    Rated:5/5
I'm an ABC. What do you think about that Honky Bitches? Comment by: Chow   
Chow, settle down! You ABCs are starting to get uppity! Comment by: White Titant   
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excellent, to perform well: "I aced the exam."
Is this true or just scatalogical humour? Comment by: The Critic   
This is the true definition of "Ace": When one exerts soo much force while taking a "Duce" that it is unnessesary to whipe because the fecies came out clean. A precautionary whipe is usually used to ensure an "Ace" has been achieved. Comment by: Joe Dipshit    Rated:3/5
An "Ace" is also a fighter pilot with 5 or more air-to-air victories, e.g., Bob Johnson. Comment by: Falcon    Rated:3/5
Yeah they do. If you get an 'A' on a test then you aced it. Comment by: Americana   
It comes from the tennis term, "ace." A perfect serve that your opponent cannot touch is an ace. When you perform a perfect serve, you ace your opponent...they cannot touch it. Comment by: Jared82CA    Rated:4/5
yeah, I didn't realise it was so weird. you can 'ace' the eam. or something can just be ace/cool..? i use it! haha Comment by: meee   
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Ackey Dackey
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Jittery, shaking as if by electrical current/shock (i.e. AC/DC military slang). Awkward, nervous, jittery etc.
Any number of repository paths can be specified. The repository path must match a repository configured in the Review Board server. Comment by: Katie Beck    Rated:3/5
RLn0MP Thanks For This Blog, was added to my bookmarks. Comment by: i love pron    Rated:3/5
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Acting the fool
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Posted by: 0KelvinRating:1.1  
Much like "Acting the Maggot". Someone who is acting foolishly and causing problems or annoying others. Heard more often in urban environs.
I've never heard Acting the fool, but "a"~ not as a name, but like: "He's out acting a fool." Comment by: ohnoone   
"out acting a fool" sounds brittish to me. Comment by: Trisscar    Rated:4/5
that shyt aint british. its black people tawk. "dat ni66uh acting a fool" (pronounced 'actin a foo') Comment by: Denahli   
It's act a fool. No one says acting the fool. Comment by: Lia    Rated:3/5
it is definitely: "acting a fool" Comment by: ezekiel    Rated:3/5
i have heard it your acting a fool Comment by: Black   
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acting the maggot
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Annoying. Person who is being a "pain in the ass"
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I enjoy Acting the Maggot. Some people say I'm an a-hole... Comment by: Joe   
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1) Dessert 2) the party after the major event, "the after party"
Believe this was meant to be dessert, Brit for.... Comment by: penny912   
English slang as well, synonymous with pudding and Dessert Comment by: Mikers    Rated:4/5
Eh.... its used more to describe the party after a major event.... we say dessert when we want dessert. Comment by: Nevidge   
Used for the tickets sold for a formal dinner event that only allow attendance after the meal is finished.. examples being weddings, formal dress balls and dinner dances. Comment by: Arts Bál   
I use it and I'm English. Comment by: Edwin Okli   
"I was invited to the afters of a wedding" means I was invited to come to the wedding after the meal and the speeches etc. Some people would be highly insulted to be only invited to the afters. Comment by: Joe   
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Abbreviation of "aggravation". Something annoying.
"Racist bastards who push it too far. Till a riot explodes like a petrol bombed car. ANGER - HATE - AGGRO - RAGE"
Oi Polloi - sticking the boot in since 1981 Comment by: poet    Rated:5/5
aggro is just general violence Comment by: andy mackay   
In the States, "aggro" is an abbreviation of "aggressive," specifically describing someone in the act of angry, violent assault. Commonly seen on the Jerry Springer Show and at drunk frat parties across the US. Comment by: sally    Rated:4/5
'I'm not going to THAT pub again. That guy's there and I don't need the aggro!' Comment by: Funkyfairycakes   
It looks as if the usage (meaning) in the US is different from the usage in Commonwealth countries (UK, Australia, NZ etc.). The US usage seems to lean towards actual violence (like a short form of 'aggression'), and in Commonwealth countries more towards bother, trouble and harassment (like a short form of 'aggravation'). A typical Commonwealth English usage would be, "Lisa? Haven't seen her for months. She was always on at me for some f*ckin' thing or other, and it was just too much aggro, so I left." Or maybe, "I found out she was married, though the bitch had never told me, and I didn't need that kind of aggro." Comment by: Gairlochan    Rated:4/5
USA USA USA USA USA USA WOOT WOOT Comment by: Penelope    Rated:5/5
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contraction of "all right"
I use this all the time Comment by: Mich    Rated:5/5
i learned aggro to mean "aggressive" not annoying (from my british girlfriend, coincidentally, as it is used pretty commonly in the us these days as well) as in " i said no and he went all aggro on me, trying to hit me and shit" Comment by: bob f   
it sounds more like... "ite" like "alright" Comment by: yo-yo   
how stupid kan yu gt? itz supposed 2 sound lyke "ite" yu kan say aight, ite, aite, or my personal fav, ayte. dam. dnt yu kno any black ppl? Comment by: Debahli   
i can't stand it when some jerk off says "aight"... makes em sound as retarded as they look.... it is better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.... Comment by: Toots    Rated:2/5
i f*cking hate it when people say this =_= Comment by: kawaii-ne   
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(1) "is not", "am not", "are not". Example: "I ain't the guy you're looking for". (2)to indicate disagreement
"You ain't nothin' but a hound dog. Cryin' all the time. Well, you ain't never caught a rabbit and You ain't no friend of mine." [from the Song Hounddog by Elvis Presley]
Improper English, most avoid using it. Unless your a "redneck", or a "hick". (Country person) Comment by: Girl   
Yeah, right. As long as you don't say this when you're being graded on your oratory, you should be fine. (Besides, anyone who says "hick" or "redneck" is degrading themselves more than they're degrading then they're intending to degrade the person they're calling that. XP) Comment by: Allieyy    Rated:5/5
ain't yall kno who use this. i ain't no redneck or a "hick" black ppl say this 2. gt yo shyt straight beezy Comment by: Denahli   
dood ur trying to hard to act black Comment by: MENACE    Rated:3/5
ain't is in the dictionary peaple Comment by: cat    Rated:3/5
"ain't" ain't a word Comment by: papillon   
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air guitar
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An imaginary guitar being played by a dude while grooving to the tunes.
grooving to the tunes?lol! Comment by: sarah   
hoo made this uz no one says groving to the tunes anymore Comment by: EL!Z@BTH   
No ones needs tos plays deze airs gitarz just lizten too mee. Comment by: Skwisgaar   
you all cant spell worth shit!!!! Comment by: Funkshit   
What does an air guitar sound like? Comment by: Dex   
Is it a slang? Really? Comment by: SENS8   
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a stupid person. A person with only air in their head.
"I see I finally got inside your mind. Bounced off the sides a couple hundred times. That's when I realized the big empty space Inside I'd find. " [from the Song Airhead by OS101]
Most of the posters to this dictionary seem to be "airheads" Comment by: The Critic    Rated:2/5
Often said about blonde-haired women. Comment by: Rachael   
a friend of mine likes "airheads." they're so stupid! i hate those b****es! Comment by: RAWR!   
An "air-head" is someone whose head would be filled with air if no one knew any better... or... There is air where brains should otherwise be... "When people smoke marijuana, their heads get filled with air..." -[hypothetical pot- head definition of air-head] See also: slow; dumb; blonde {ie. dumb blonde}; ignorant; idiotic; thoughtless; and the list goes on... Comment by: Joe    Rated:3/5
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isn't = past tense ain't = current tense aisn't = past becoming present or present becoming past - is used in a sense of uncertain tense. "He aisn't gonna go there is he?" FULL SLANG; improper english
LOL what country is this from? I'm American and I have NEVER heard this before in my life! Comment by: jmg   
Yeah...I have never heard this used. Had a hard time pronouncing it too. Comment by: Kar   
from the deep south, I say this periodically. Comment by: max   
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Alabama Death Penalty
Posted by: tummystickerRating:0.8  
eating out a large woman while she is sitting on your face
"Alabama Death Row: Eating out a large woman with corn-row pussy."
lame, noone says this, i think someone just made this up Comment by: rob    Rated:1/5
does it matter? it's funny and f*cked up! Comment by: me   
Why Alabama? Comment by: jenn    Rated:1/5
Cause alabama is huuuge!and lots of huge bitches;) Comment by: Emiiee   
WTH!? lol Iv nvr heard this and i have fished in alabama alot. Comment by: Boomstick   
From Alabama. Never heard it. And Alabama's not huuuge! either. Though parts of it do have lots of huge bitches. Comment by: wtf    Rated:1/5
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alabama hot tub
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the back of pickup truck lined with plastic and filled with hot water
Is this just Alabama or all the South? Comment by: Dex    Rated:5/5
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All hat and no cattle
Posted by: JoeRating:2.7  
Big talker, pretencious
He must think the sun rose just to hear him talk. Comment by: Square   
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56WvsE In my opinion you are mistaken. I can defend the position. Comment by: crork seo    Rated:4/5
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All Your Base Are Belong To Us
Posted by: shinigamiRating:1.8  
See Pwned, or Pwnzord. Having controll of all an opponets' bases or flags. Also used as All Your Base! Or AYB.
WTF. I have never heard ANYONE use this. It's not slang. Its from a poor translation in an old videogame that was made into a crappy song that people are crazy about. Its nothing like "pwnz" nor does it seem to have any relation to "pwnage" (which is used by many). Comment by: Anon    Rated:1/5
ROFL. Thats right on the money Comment by: P4-rage    Rated:5/5
all ur base are belong to us Comment by: _SKiTZO    Rated:5/5
Best saying EVER. 100% correct. Comment by: 1337    Rated:5/5
T_T Your kiddin me right?.. I aint heard that lame exscuse for slang. Comment by: Killa   
Thats completely right... Its from Zero-Wing (a Japanese arcade game)... It was just very bady translated.... see Wikipedia Comment by: John    Rated:5/5
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A deluxe pizza. Usually used in Montreal.
"Best Pizza in the World, All Dressed at Houston Pizza Hill Ave in Regina, Saskatchewan"
Being a Montrealer, there are 3 things that can be properly described as “all dressed”: Pizza, chips and hot-dogs. I’ve tried ordering like that in other parts of Canada and the US and always get the look of confusion. it’s definitely a local thing.. Comment by: Bill Shatner    Rated:4/5
I am from ontario and I eat all dressed chips- they're not my favourite- ketchup are- but they are good Comment by: lyndsey   
Yep, we definitely use the "all dressed" expression in Ontario Comment by: Kara   
Grew up in Moncton, NB, and heard it all the time. Comment by: Nicole   
It's used commonly in Saskatchewan for pizza. Comment by: Gainer   
All dressed is fairly common throughout Canada. Also, chips! Comment by: Frank    Rated:3/5
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Posted by: Bruce
A resident of Québec who speaks a first language other than English or French. Used only by linguists in other English-speaking countries, this word has come to be used by journalists and broadcasters, and then by the general public, in some parts of Canada.
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alright means OK, copasetic
"I used to say I couldn't do it, but I did it. After telling everybody that I wasn't with it. Though it brings tears to my eyes, I can feel it, And I know inside I'm gonna be ALRIGHT." [from the Song I'm Gonna Be Alright by Jennifer Lopez]
Copacetic is itse'f slang, albeit from the 1950's Comment by: asano_man   
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amber nectar
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"Foster's: The Amber Nectar"
omg ive never heard any1 say this in australia, and i live here.. we call it beer like every1 else Comment by: josh   
I've been here since I was born and i've never heard it called Amber Nectar Comment by: Borgey   
Sorry to break it to you guys but it actually did used to be called this and still is if you travel around oz. Comment by: Sparki   
I'm Australian and I've certainly heard it, though it's not common. Comment by: Gairlochan   
I thought it was amber fluid Comment by: Mamaa   
Ive lived in australia all my life and never heard this one. Ive heard booze and grog but not amber nectar that is not current slang Comment by: tom   
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Posted by: suzziiRating:1.1  
Ambulance driver/personell
uh????????? I have never heard of this..... Comment by: Alex   
Absolutely correct, like Salvation army referred to as Salvo's. Aussies like 'o's, Robbie becomes Robbo, Jim-Jimbo Comment by: Lee    Rated:5/5
dude, ive never used this in my freakin life. you suck. Comment by: ILLINOISSSS   
Actually, they used this in the popular TV show The Wire. Comment by: tinyrobo    Rated:3/5
Ambo is common slang where I'm from here in Australia. Comment by: Kk   
I have been called this by a New Zealander chick. Comment by: medic162   
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Dick, penis
"My anaconda don't My anaconda don't My anaconda don't want none unless you got buns, hun Oh my gosh, look at her butt Oh my gosh, look at her butt Oh my gosh, look at her butt Look at her butt (look at her butt)" [from the Song Anaconda by Nicki Minaj]
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And You Thought George W. Only Lied
Posted by: Joe

"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we.:

George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., Aug. 5, 2004

Note that he is reading from a speech here.

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A English speaking Canadian. Or a Canadian who doesn't speak French - only English.
"Anglophone/Francophone YouTube Video by The Canuck Twins (Press Details)"
I've never heard of this before and i've lived in canada my whole life Comment by: Sarah    Rated:1/5
it's commonly used in quebec to differentiate between english speakers and french speakers who are known as francophones. Comment by: matthew    Rated:4/5
how old are you sarah? 5? Comment by: Denise    Rated:2/5
I live in Montreal and I hear the word almost daily. Also, on a related note, "allophone" is a person whose first language is neither French nor English. Comment by: Slavito    Rated:3/5
its the oposite of a fancophone Comment by: lilmisscanuck   
Is it possible this is derived from "Anglophobe" and "Anglophile"? Those meant English lovers and English haters back in the 1800s. Comment by: Conor    Rated:3/5
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