PALOOKA means: Palooka is American slang for a stupid or clumsy boxer or other person.
PALOOKAVILLE means: Palookaville is American slang for a rustic town. Palookaville is American slang for oblivion.
PAMPASS GRASS means: Pampass grass is London Cockney rhyming slang for the anus (arse).
PAN means: Pan is British slang for the face or head. Pan is American slang for to turn out.
PAN OUT means: Pan out is slang for to turn out, result.
PANAMA means: Panama is slang for cannabis.
PANATELLA means: Panatella is Black−American slang for the finest grade of marijuana
PANCAKE means: Pancake is British slang for a flat−chested girl.
PANGY means: Pangy is British slang for five pounds sterling.
PANK means: Pank is Dorset slang for to pant.
Food for eyes means: Something good to look at.
Head/Thought lingerer means: A person or thing that a person thinks about most of the time.
To take someone by the eyes means: To take someone's attention to an extent were he can hardly stop looking at you.
Jessie took Neozealours by the eyes with her smile.
As faithful as a toothbrush means: Used to refer to a man or a woman who is faithful to their marriage partner.
You're saying that you saw Nelzealours with another woman? I don't think he can do that, because he is as faithful as a toothbrush.
Acid means: A person (usually female) who cultivates a personal relationship in order to attain wealth and hence leaving the victim wealthless.
Be all eyes means: To see carefully or eagerly; to anticipate.
E.g if you think you can fool me with your trickery, I am all eyes.
Chili means: 1 A good looking person but not suitable for marriage
Synonyms= prostitute, hoochie mama, hooker.
2 A pretender more especially a cold hearted person who appears to be good looking.
Submitted by Nelzealours Motor.
Urpulchritudinous means: You are pulchritudinous
means: Welpulchritude- it a compliment meaning; you are beautiful!
Nelzealours means: I am zealous to do good things. "An alternative spelling of Nelzealours is neozealours. The name Nelzealours is derived from two languages i.e nsenga (neo/nel meaning me or I am) a Zambian language and English (zealous).
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