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fakenger

fakenger  n.— «It is difficult to tell the difference between a hipster and a messenger. Same bags, same pants, same too-small shirt, same studded belt; tats, piercings, alterna-hair: check. I know that messengers like to call the hipsters...

sweater puppies

sweater puppies  n.pl.— «The remnants of her dress and underwire bra bunched outward from her generous shelf of invulnerable boob flesh. “I must be around a ‘K-cup’ now,” she said to herself while judiciously examining...

SMOD

SMOD  n.— «The following Standard Mode Of Dress will be required for all students at Allen Middle School for the 2006”“2007 school year. As you shop for school clothes for next year, please follow the guidelines below.» —“Standard...

rolling music

rolling music  n.— «He was summoned to a meeting with police and TABC officials and told to beef up security, enforce a dress code restricting baggy clothes, jerseys, or gang-related attire, and to shun “rolling” music, a mixture of...

swamp-assed

swamp-assed  n.— «The doors slid open to reveal Ronnie in his dress uniform and (for lack of a more appropriate term) he was swamp-assed. He must have drank 3 liters of water to combat his sweating.» —“USS Serapis: Wait For...

yowie

yowie  n.— «It was a dress up as what you wanted to be when you were a child affair. So I dressed up as a soldier as you can see in the photos. I wore my yowie hat, youwie shirt, new army pants and my army boots.» —“my...