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slice and dice
Divide and organise information into smaller parts to better analyse it in various ways ways
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2 months ago
philosophumena, the revelation of marcion
Name of a book from the second century
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2 months ago
hold all the aces
To have all advantages
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2 months ago
tough as a tissue
The phrase refers to a person or physical form being as tough as a tissue. Tissues not being at all resistant to items such as wind or someone lifting it then it isn’t so tough is it? Mostly used as an insult.
added by De Facto Kristen
2 months ago
it has been awhile since i have boron my testimony
Instead of “It has been awhile since I have bore my testimony.”
added by Metcalf4family
2 months ago
as hard as a rock
Something hard to do or very very confusing
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2 months ago
to disassemble
To break bonds
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2 months ago
shanken me
upset me
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2 months ago
bestow on
give as a gift to
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2 months ago
i flew to the kitchen
They used it back then to say that they went to a kitchen really fast.
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2 months ago
karma culture
A form of internalized social anxiety that sharing content will result in embarrassment, whether because the content does not receive enough appreciation, or fear they will not have enough clout to influence.
added by anonymous
2 months ago
three in the pink one in the stink
To place your three fingers inside a vagina and your fourth finger inside the anus
added by Lifewithtroywhite
2 months ago
can you hear me looking at you
Self explanatory
added by anonymous
3 months ago
ghost writer
Ghostwriters are hired to do the writing of a speech or literary work but do not get the credit.
added by anonymous
3 months ago
give snack
To ask for something. Created to ask for something that you want, mostly in a sport when asking for the ball, hacky sack, or anything that you want that someone else is holding.
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3 months ago
old lady
an affectionate term given to a female mate by her significant other - by her ol' man, regardless of age
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3 months ago
poppie joe
A guy named Joe being a grandfather or great grandfather
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3 months ago
got a kickout of something or someone
Find something or someone very interesting.
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3 months ago
wbyceiydbo
We'll buy your car even if you don't buy ours.
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3 months ago
to trump
To pass wind, particularly loudly
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3 months ago
split second
To happen very quickly (typically in less than a second)
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3 months ago
for peat sake
expresses exasperation/ alternative: for fuck sake
added by anonymous
3 months ago
seeing in day light
usually also, with a surprise mark at the end of the idiom, it is a suffix or a prefix about events, which are surprising, happened or while happening, expressing the teller, astonishment.
added by bridgit
3 months ago
to dog fly
to be having a fine only progress
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3 months ago
to be faced down
to be finished
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3 months ago
mi clugs fair whistled
Running that fast in clogs
added by anonymous
3 months ago
sed manum de tabula!
but enough!
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3 months ago
macte virtute (esto or te esse iubeo)
good luck to you.
added by anonymous
3 months ago
optimo iure (cf. summo iure, sect. XV. 1).
legitimately; with the fullest right.
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3 months ago
iustissime, rectissime
legitimately; with the fullest right.
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3 months ago
iusto iure
with perfect right.
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3 months ago
meo (tuo, suo) iure
with perfect right.
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3 months ago
neque id immerito (iniuria)
and rightly too.
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3 months ago
neque immerito (iniuria)
and rightly too.
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3 months ago
recte, iure id quidem
quite rightly.
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3 months ago
et recte (iure) quidem
quite rightly.
added by anonymous
3 months ago
et recte (iure, merito)
quite rightly.
added by anonymous
3 months ago
neque id mirum est or videri debet
there is nothing strange in that.
added by anonymous
3 months ago
nec mirum, minime mirum (id quidem), quid mirum?
no wonder.
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3 months ago
res ita (aliter) se habet
the matter stands so (otherwise).
added by anonymous
3 months ago
ita res est
it is so.
added by anonymous
3 months ago
ita prorsus existimo
that is exactly what I think.
added by anonymous
3 months ago
rem acu tetigisti
you have hit the nail on the head.
added by anonymous
3 months ago
per me licet
I have no objection.
added by anonymous
3 months ago
mihi crede (not crede mihi)
believe me.
added by anonymous
3 months ago
clarius loquere
speak up, please.
added by anonymous
3 months ago
monstra dicis, narras
it is incredible.
added by anonymous
3 months ago
male (opp. bene) narras (de)
I am sorry to hear...
added by anonymous
3 months ago
quorsum haec (dicis)?
what do you mean?
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3 months ago
nonne?
is it not so?
added by anonymous
3 months ago

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