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e-bitch
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To complain to a company via their web site's contact button.
"I e-bitched to Dell about my broken laptop."
What??? Never heard THAT one before> Comment by: Killa   
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Easy as Pie
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very easy, "piece of cake", "That exam was easy as pie."
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eat shit
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to indicate disagreement, "fuck off"
"Eat shit and die."
Also means to fall or wipeout Comment by: Mike   
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Ebonic Plague
Posted by: shinigami
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Mass infection of stupidity originating in a cerebration of ignorance in schools. Lack of grammatical skills from poor education and rap star role models.
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ed
Posted by: Phoenix419
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A person.Plural is edz.e.g there is that ed over ther.' and 'how many edz are there?'
Also can mean a retard, but normally its accompanied by "special" (ie Special-ed). Comment by: RainFrog   
1 ed is a shortening of education 2 making special-ed obvious...the mentally slow children Comment by: firetoad   
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eeuh
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yuck
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eh
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Posted by: tarapotoRating:0.6  
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The other definition listed is only partial. It can mean "huh?", but it is not terrible common. We usually just say "huh?" in Canada. "Eh?" is a word you add to the end of a sentence, to ask for a response of agreement or disagreement, similar in meaning to "don't you think?" ex. "Looks like a storm comin' in, eh?" It is also sometimes used with "I know", and in that case it doesn't really mean anything. -"Wow, the Flames really kicked ass tonite!" -"I know, eh?" Good luck trying to use it properly if you're not Canadian. Trust me Americans, we can tell the difference! You're not foolin' anybody :)
that's a pretty common term in australia, we use it properly. Comment by: josh    Rated:3/5
for the second example you used...it means like "i know, right" -- "i know, eh?". So it kinda does have a reason. I dont if that really makes since. Comment by: Kendra    Rated:3/5
piffft really it just like de brits when dey say yea? at da end of de sentaces asken a question. well here anyway, we say eh as revering to something or just at the end of sencncet. "lets go over der eh" Comment by: ashlee   
why is this spelt EH, but pronounced ay? Comment by: toby   
We Michiganders use this quite often too, especially in the Upper Penisula. Comment by: Mick   
it isnt pronounced "ay" it is more "EH" like eight with out the ght Comment by: davee   
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Eh?
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Posted by: newmillenium2005Rating:1.1  
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A nicer way of saying 'Huh?'
very nice eh! Comment by: ME    Rated:5/5
Ha, "Eh?" it's pure Canadian. Although.. japan has adopted it. They use it for "huh?" as well. or, so i believe. Comment by: ImmaCanadian   
Some Brits and other Commonwealth countries use it a lot too. But we're the most famous for it :) Comment by: Gina   
in japanese you say 'ne' not eh. at the end of a sentence it can be used,basically, in many of the ways you use eh. or you might be thinking of 'he' (pronounced heh) which can be used for 'what?' or 'huh?'. Comment by: mar   
Yeah we use that a lot in southern England =) Comment by: Jase    Rated:4/5
actaually mar "eh" basically means "huh?" or "what" when used in japnese, you hear a lot fo highschool girls use this...it's a sort of expression I guess. Comment by: sam   
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Elite
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Above noobs and nubs. Top of the food chain. Can kill with a blink at an eye. Elite.
True, but with one exception. If Chuck Norris sees them, the elite bursts into flames and turns to ash. Also.. Chuck Norris can see through invisibility cloaks. You've been warned. Comment by: Sylvia   
Elite can also mean "snob". Comment by: Andy   
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Evat
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English slang for the Common Newt (aka the Spotted newt or the smooth newt)
what da hell is eating crow??? Comment by: c monkey   
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Eye Brocolli
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An unattractive person, opposite of "Eye Candy".
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