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J'Cadian
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A second generation Jamaican born in Canada.
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Jack
Posted by: Bruce
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Jack Daniel's bourbon whiskey. "Hey bartender, give me a Jack and Coke." The inventor of Jack, Jasper Newton "Jack" Daniel was born in September 1846, He was of Welsh, Scottish, English, and Scots-Irish descent - a good background for whiskey making.
"Before I leave, brush my teeth with a bottle of Jack, 'Cause when I leave for the night, I ain't coming back." [from the Song TiK ToC by Ke$ha]
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jacked
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Posted by: tarapotoRating:0.9  
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To jacked basically means to have something stolen. Like when a car is carjacked, but it can be used in many cases. It can also mean ripped off. "I got jacked. That thing cost me 20 bucks and it broke already." or "Someone jacked my new truck."
or really beefy/ripped "that guy is totally jacked!" Comment by: sexkitten   
same in the USA Comment by: Sarah   
Its the same in the UK too Comment by: Jack   
VERY common in the USA, in the US it also means messed up, like "Your face is really jacked up". Comment by: lizzy   
if the cops jack you up - you got stopped and asked for ID etc if someone is all jacked up - they are wired and bouncing off the walls usually meaning high and wasted if someone is looking to jack up - they are looking for somewhere to mainline drugs a jacked up vehicle MAY have the suspension raised on it - or it MAY be stolen ... Comment by: Doll   
VERY common in England!! Comment by: Jase   
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Jackeen
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Posted by: Psyco Syd
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Somebody from Dublin, referring to a period when Dubliners were more socially connected to the British than the rest of Ireland, hence became known as Union Jack-eens
Well, this is now completely out-dated, you know. Comment by: alexander albertoni   
actually, we use it quite a lot Comment by: maddog   
The term orginated at the turn of the twentieth century when Queen Victoria visited Dublin, and the people lined the streets waving Union Jack flags. Henceforth, Dublin people were known as Jackeens [as told to me by a Dubliner] Comment by: langer   
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Jankedi
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Posted by: chefmikebtcRating:4.0  
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in poor shape, bad repair.
I've use Janky or just Jank, not sure about jankedi. Comment by: JaS    Rated:4/5
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Jap's Eye
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Male urethral opening
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Jerseyed him
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Jerseyed (him). Pulled the jersey (hockey sweater) over his head and whaled on him (pounded, beat up, punched in the head).
In Wisconsin we call that a Hockey Rock! Comment by: Cory   
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Jewish Stocktake
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Insurance scam (for example) To burn your own building/business down (destroy the business) in order to recover the losses through insurance claims! Generally this will be more profitable than keeping the business open!
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Jizz
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Semen
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Jockwad
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load of sperm - the wad that would come from your jock ... what a jockwad this jockwad pissed me off
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joey
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baby kangaro
joey ? hahahahhhaahahahah lewl Comment by: aboo mannen    Rated:1/5
How is this slang? This is the actual name for a baby kanga. Comment by: Rachel    Rated:1/5
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Joint
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Prison, possibly jail.
It is also weed rolled in a rolling paper to smoke and get high:) Comment by: snyder420   
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joking
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funny
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jubblies
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A woman's breasts, usually indicating large breasts. See "melons", "jugs", "funbags"
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jugs
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A woman's breasts, usually large breasts. Dudhko Poko, See "boobs", "melons"
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jumper
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sweatshirt, sweater
IS NOT JUST OZ'S WORD Comment by: frEZ   
This is also used in British English. Comment by: Jessica   
American: a sleeveless dress resembling an apron; worn over other clothing. I think of a jumper as something a toddler would wear. Comment by: Kathy   
canadian english too. Comment by: rikki   
Kinda like a sweater vest of sorts Comment by: Molly   
That is not a slang. That's a word. Not only in Australia (that is unless in US there's some hidden meaning behind it) Comment by: J-L   
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Junk in her Trunk
Posted by: 0Kelvin
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A woman who has a shapely butt. Usually refers to African-American women (who do have the nicest butts - Halle Berry, Serena Williams **sigh**), but can mean anyone (J-Lo, Shakira.. **sigh**). "Baby got some junk in her trunk.". But there is such a thing as "Too much junk in her trunk", too! (Arethra Franklin). See also; "Back"
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just kidding
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kidding around or joking, playiing games
Not being serious. Saying something is true, but not really meaning it. Saying something in jest that may be taken out of context, then taking it back because you were only joking. "You're adopted. Just kidding!" If you have to explain a comment by saying, "just kidding", it probably wasn't funny to say it in the first place. The only rare exception is it's usage on the internet, where sometimes you can't tell someone is being serious when they type something. However, you're probably just being a dick, even if you don't mean to be. Just kidding? Comment by: Sylvia   
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