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skivvies
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underwear, panties
""don't come in, I've only got my skivvies on!""
vai te catr seu idiota covarde Comment by: alessandro   
I've always heard that term in the US, didn't know you said it in the UK Comment by: Kathy   
skivvy is a stretchy turtle-neck shirt ie underwear Comment by: cdbell   
EWWWW wow is that what that means? Comment by: Desha   
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skoff
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a meal. we had a big skoff of clams last night
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Sky
Posted by: 0Kelvin
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A hat; 60's/early 70's era African-American slang, back when words like that were "groovy".
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Slap Head
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A derogatory term used to describe and Oriental person
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slept on (to sleep on)
Posted by: ausser
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Ignored, missed, forgotten. "That movie was way good, but it's totally slept on, I don't know anyone else that saw it yet."
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slick
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sly, clever, sneaky
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Slippery as a greased rattlesnake
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hard to hold
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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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sloppy joe
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cotton pullover or sweater
This is a really messy kindof hamgurger... Comment by: BellaChiquita   
In the US a "sloppy joe" would be a sandwich filled with ground beef cooked in some sort of barbecue sauce served on a hamburger bun. Comment by: That Guy   
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slut
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A whore or slut. Name, from an action mimicking a chicken.
Name from an action mimicking a chicken??? Did this get mixed up with chicken head? A slut is a woman who sleeps around. Comment by: Tedly   
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SMASH
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TO FUCK.......................................
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smuggling marbles
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having undersized testicles, pun, make fun of someone with small nuts
"Daniel greeted Tony at the door in his underwear... Tony decided to make fun of Daniel's small testicles by saying "What have you been doing besides smuggling marbles?""
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SNAFU
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An acronym: "Situation Normal: All Fucked Up". This term is believed to have originated with American soldiers in the Vietnam War in the 1960s.
correct acronym, wrong time; it was first used as a U.S. military term in September 1941--prior to WW2! Comment by: Jared82CA    Rated:3/5
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SNAKE
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TO TAKE SOMEBODYS GURL FRIEND
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snog
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kiss/hook up w/ sum1
Haha, I know that from Harry Potter!! Comment by: Brandi Dude   
Hahaha, that's right! i've heard it too from Harry Potter! Ron always says it! Comment by: sebastian felipe   
to snog some one is a passionate kiss. like the american term "make-out". I have learned this from reading "Angus, Thongs, and Full Frontal Snogging" but Louise Rennison. great series. Comment by: Julia   
Yes! Ive heard it from Angus, thongs and full frontal snogging too! I loved that series. Comment by: Lily   
we call that 'frenching' in the US Comment by: W   
snog in america can also be a slang term for a booger.. Comment by: dirtygirl   
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Snoggin'
Posted by: loulou
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To Kiss With Tonues Very Rapidly And Erotic
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snot
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mucous discharge from the nose
"Beavis and Butthead on Elephant Trunks: 'Trunks are cool. I wish I had a trunk.' 'Yeah. You could, like, fill a balloon with snot and throw it at someone.' 'Yeah, and it would get in their hair and get all sticky and they couldn't get it out.' 'Let's go buy some balloons, dude.' " [from the TV Show Beavis & Butthead by Beavis & Butthead]
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snow flake
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slang for white person
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So don't I.
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To agree with. This American slang confuses many foreigners and even many other Americans. This slang is very localized in usage around the SE Boston area. Example: John: "I like football." Joe: "So don't I! It is my favorite sport to play" Someone once said the following in connection with this slang and other very odd but uniquely enjoyable way people from the area speak: "Olde English questions were phrased like "Do you not think that......" which later got contracted to "Don't you think" (another popular phrase) which "So don't I" was a natural though grammatically incorrect reply. Interestingly enough many of the descendants of the Mayflower drifted through SE Mass to eventually Providence, there's a clear emigration path southwestly. Boston & further north was settled by the Puritans rather than the Pilgrims."
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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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Sod Off
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Posted by: sandwitchludo
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To get away. This could be used in a situation were someone is agitated and someone is bothering so they tell them to sod off. To get away (from me).
Thanx! I wanted to know what that ment. One of my favorite tv shows says it all the time. Comment by: jarian   
This derives from "sodomy" (similar to "you old sod" being short for "you old Sodomite" -- typically used as a friendly jab), so it is like telling someone to go f themselves. Comment by: anon   
is it like BUGGER OFF (another brit slang)?? Comment by: sam   
On an episode of the show "Black Adder III", Blackadder asks Baldrick what his first name is. Baldrick replies "Sodoff", since his childhood playmates called him that whenever he met up with them. This also explains explains why his character is billed as "S. Baldrick" in the fourth season. Comment by: paskuniag   
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Son
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A friend "Wat up son"
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son of a bitch
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someone you are mad at
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soo whoop
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when you rolling with the bloods and you see a lot of blue flags just yell out soo whoop or im blooded or soo mutha f**king whoop.
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Sook, Sookie
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A Newfie term for a "whiner", a complainer.
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