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wank
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to masturbate "I like wanking" ; expression that something is bad "this place is total wank" ; semen "eat my wank"
To wank off or flog the log or play with your penis also known a knob, Dick, One eyed snake. Comment by: Jez A Bell   
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wanker
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tosser someone who masturbates (UK) idiot useless pillock
I heard this on Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Series. XD Friggin hilarious!!! Comment by: The Other Person   
friggin da clit??? Comment by: c monkey   
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wanker
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An idiot
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warmongering blue on blue merchant
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expression often used by the British to describe Americans or American foreign policy
WTF? Does anyone actually use this? Is this slang? Comment by: Ewan    Rated:1/5
Slang - No Used - No True - Yes Funny - You Bet Comment by: Dave    Rated:5/5
Just wondering----is the use of "on" intended? or should it be "or"? The phrase as written seems rather lengthy. Comment by: Lori Wessely   
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Whittret
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Northern english slang for the common weasel, Mustela Nivalis
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WOF
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You are a waste of space...meaning you are nothing normally used in an argument or being yelled at
This means the same as "full of it." (ie, "what a load of wof." Ron Weasley said after hearing Dolores Umbridge's speech.) Comment by: J D   
Is "wof" an abbreviation for something? It sounds like it. Yeah, I think a whole generation of Americans is going to be using BritSlang thanks to Harry Potter. (Yet we're supposedly too dumb to get the reference to the Philosopher's Stone...jeez.) Comment by: Meg   
you wonder why people think you won't catch on to thing, yet you are asking if WOF stands for something...nice. let's think about this for about 10 seconds. Waste Of Space.. WOF Comment by: jesicat   
This actually is an abbreviated version of "what a load of waffle" Comment by: BS   
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