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squick  v.— «If I really wanted to get over my squick about, oh, Wonder Bread—and found a dom who was interested in such a scene, and agreed to a no-safeword scene in which I’d be force-fed Wonder Bread until I’d eaten twelve loaves, and...

fear up harsh

fear up harsh  n.— «Among the techniques that don’t require prior approval in advance under the rules issued last fall are silence, repetition, “emotional love/hate,” and “fear up harsh,” in which an interrogator...


organic  adj.— «What we refer to as “organic” first page results (un-paid-for results on search engines for chosen key words) is impossible to achieve by conventional means because to be seen, your Web site must stand out among...


past-poster  n.— «At the roulette table the subject is the “team past post,” a deft system that accomplices use to slip a huge bet onto the table after the ball has dropped on the winning number. The best past-posters distract...


 n.— «Ropers must dally to stop steer.» —“Here Are Rodeo Events and Rules Governing Them” Nevada State Journal (Reno) June 29, 1952. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

Ja well no fine

Ja well no fine
 other.— «Because “ja well no fine” make sense to us.» —by Jean-Marie Dru Beyond Disruption: Changing the Rules in the Marketplace Apr. 12, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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