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Rink Rat
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Posted by: Mack
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People that work at the hockey arena.
People that are always at the rink for some reason, they don't have to work there. Comment by: Sally   
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Rock a piss
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The process of urination, usually in an outdoor setting.
"Be right there boys, I'm just gonna rock a piss"
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rock the canoe
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to have sex, as it would obviously rock a canoe
I'm from England so I've never heard this saying. But I personally think it is wonderful! Makes me wish I lived in Canada. Comment by: Sophie   
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Rocks
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Posted by: PrairieRating:0.1  
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Money. Can use a variation to describe someone possessing any amount of money on them as being "rocked up". Circa early 1970's
"Do you have any rocks on you?"
rocks isin't money it's cocaine retards Comment by: popsicle   
moi je t'aime avril lavigne Comment by: mehdi   
Wheres mah riggety rock??? Comment by: crackah   
rocks, is good, like if something rocks its awesome, all good. Comment by: terry   
In the US "rocks" would most commonly mean 'balls' or 'testicles'. As in the phrase: "I need to get my rocks off". Meaning, I feel the need to ejaculate. Crack cocaine would be 'rock', not 'rocks'. I've never heard the plural form 'rocks' used to refer to crack. Even if you have many physical crack rocks, it would still be a bunch of 'rock'.. not a bunch of 'rocks' Comment by: That Guy   
I have never heard somebody say "rocks" to mean testicles in the US. I have heard it used, in its plural form, for cocaine and - sometimes - when referring to diamonds. Comment by: Kaye   
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roflmao , psos
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