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winter legs
 n.pl.— «I had been sporting what most women like to call “winter legs”—a reference to some hairy undergrowth—but what I like to describe as my “Tommy Sheridan shrubbery.” Waxing, shaving and plucking became inevitable. It costs me about £30 a month to remotely resemble a female.» —“Birthday triggers a close shave with irrational fears” by Janey Godley Scotsman (Edinburgh, Scotland) Jan. 21, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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