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K. D.
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Kraft Dinner a popular boxed macaroni and cheese dinner that is often served with pieces of cut up weiners in it and topped with ketchup. A staple food for most Canadian children. Occasionally found on children's menus in restaurants and has been featured on pub fare menus, served right in a pot with a wooden spoon. Although traditionally thought of as a comfort food, it is thought of as trailer trash fare in some circles.
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Keener
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"Brown Noser"
eh?what about some one who is very keen...hmm Comment by: KO   
not just a brown-noser, someone who is excessively excited about everything in general! a go-getter. Comment by: LJ   
Also known as a suck up: where the always have their nose up your rear - refering to the brown nose Comment by: Laura   
Also, in college and university, someone who spends too much time on their studies at the expense of their social life. Comment by: Sean   
also known as cherry picken being around where the person is that theyre sucken up too like "you friggin' cherry picker" Comment by: Jas   
Used alot in BC during ski season, at least among the areas I've been. Keeners are at the hill early, waiting for first chair, getting the fresh lines, never missing it. Riding every day. Hear it ont he lift a fair bit... Comment by: Justin   
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Kerfuffle
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Awkward or stressful situation; Sally's in a real kerfuffle with her car.
This word is of Scottish origin. We use it sometimes in the States too. Comment by: Dragonclaws    Rated:4/5
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Kitty Corner
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(with to:) located diagonally across from something, especially across an intersection
In Alberta, we call it Catty Corner!(: Comment by: Shane   
Shane , In the rest of Canada we call it Kitty Corner. We also don't like Alberta. Comment by: Capt Obvious   
I also live in Alberta (southern) and I have only heard "kitty corner". Comment by: WestSmith   
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KTown
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An abbreviation for the city Kingston ON. Other cities starting with K copied it.
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