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Meaning of CAD

CAD means: Cad is British slang for a unprincipled, contemptible man.

Meaning of FROLIC PAD

FROLIC PAD means: Frolic Pad is Black−American slang for a nightclub or dance hall


GERTIE GITANA means: Gertie Gitana is London Cockney rhyming slang for banana.

Meaning of PECKAGE

PECKAGE means: Peckage was old slang for scraps of food.


QUAKE ONES GIZZARD means: Quake ones gizzard is American slang for to vomit

Meaning of SNATCH

SNATCH means: Snatch is British slang for an ugly woman.

Meaning of dirty mackintosh brigade

dirty mackintosh brigade means: Noun. Collectively, perverts or those who indecently expose themselves. Cf. 'long mackintosh brigade'.

Meaning of scundered

scundered means: Adj. To be embarrassed. E.g."I was totally scundered when my girlfriend caught me playing with myself." [Irish use]

Meaning of YB

YB means: You B*tch

Meaning of cheapskate

cheapskate means: A stingy person, tightwad. Prudence Pender is a cheapskate who keeps a combination lock on her purse.

Meaning of dead presidents

dead presidents means: Money. Hey, ma, let me have some dead presidents.

Meaning of snarky

snarky means: Irritable, short-tempered. Don't be so snarky; I only asked a question.

Meaning of Anti-clockwise

Anti-clockwise means: The first time I said that something had gone anti-clockwise to someone in Texas I got this very funny look. It simply means counter-clockwise but must sound really strange to you chaps! I think he thought I had something against clocks!

Meaning of bottom worshipers

bottom worshipers means: The one that enjoys spanking in S&M.

Meaning of LUVDUP

LUVDUP means: a group feeling of togetherness


NICKELONIANS means: crack addicts

Meaning of SAP

SAP means: Same as brake club; also called the staff of ignorance. To set hand brakes is to sap up some binders

Meaning of ankle-biter

ankle-biter means: A child. Did I have a good time? And how!.

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