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Cold Feet at the Altar Palindrome

Word-unit palindromes are palindromes where all the words read the same back and forth, like this SymmyS winner, titled “Cold Feet at the Altar”: Say I do? What do I do? What do I say?! This is part of a complete episode.

Kentucky Contestant on Slang This!

This week’s “Slang This!” contestant, from Cold Spring, Kentucky, tries to tease out the real slang words from the fake ones. Rubber-bands or herkies? An executive handle or a producer’s button? This is part of a complete...

Outside

Outside  n.— «One tough lesson she said she learned Outside, as Alaskans often call the rest of the country: the media is not always fair.» —“Palin Returns to Snow and Cold of Home” by William Yardley in Anchorage...

sidecountry

sidecountry  n.— «Of the 43 deaths recorded by avalanche researchers in North American this season, almost a fifth have been in what is sometimes called the sidecountry, the areas adjacent to ski areas.» —“Around the Mountains: Cold...

poop-butt

poop-butt  n.— «A poop-butt mother-fucker in here dealin’ gets pushed aside, fucked over and stomped down.» —“Playing a Cold Game: Phases of a Ghetto Career” by Alan G. Sutter Drugs and Politics , 1977...

Featherwood

Featherwood  n.— «Angela would tear herself away from the TV and finish opening the can, declaring herself “a skin bitch, a Featherwood.”» —by William Finnegan Cold New World , 1998. (source: Double-Tongued...

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