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Dance at Two Weddings

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This week’s “Slang This!” contestant tries to decipher the slang phrases dance at two weddings and put the big pot in the little pot. She also shares her own favorite slang terms for crumb crusher, rug rat and ankle biter. By the way, you can read Grant’s essay about slang terms for small children, “Sprogs in a Poop Factory.” His column about language appears every two weeks in The Malaysia Star newspaper. This is part of a complete episode.

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