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Sackvegas
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Nickname for the town of Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia. A.K.A. - Skankville, Sacktown.
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Sackvilled
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Someone who lives in New Brunswick or attends Mount Alison University; to live in a nutsac town
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saskabush
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Pronounced "sask-a-boosh" meaning saskatchewan. Also saskatcheflat
"I'm gonna get breakfast in saskabush or sometimes called toon town."
Saskabush also refers to Saskatoon Comment by: Ken Newton    Rated:4/5
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saskabush
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slang for city of saskatoon
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scran
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a feed / meal (local to Pictou County, Nova Scotia)rnie. We had a big scran of KD for supper last night!
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Sex
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To have intercourse with
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Shag or shagging
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It means to have sex with, not an actual sexual term but a term for sex. i.e. I shagged that girl last night means, I had sex with that girl last night.
Used by the Brits as well. Had a British friend who would just stare at me when I told the kids to shag the balls from the baseball field. American English useage means to collect something...usually baseballs. Comment by: VegasLass   
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Shinanigan
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refers to an action, event or issue, often used to describe something mischevious or complicated. "What kind of shinanigans are you up to this time?"
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shit-disturber
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"Don't be a shit-disturber" another way of saying "Don't rock the boat/Don't ruin the good vibes"
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shoddy
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verb to lay claim to "I shoddy the last piece of pizza!"
Never heard it used that way. Shoddy means really bad. "That's a shoddy piece of work." Comment by: Casy   
It's t not d like shotgun "shoty" Comment by: You are stupid    Rated:1/5
i heard it used as a verb meaning 'to lay claim' in New Brunswick. Comment by: someone   
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Side Bulge
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A sideways protrusion in a guys pants. Cousin of the sideboob.
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Sin Bin
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Hockey penalty box
this applies to many different sports, not just hockey Comment by: Erin   
Used in lacrosse as well. Comment by: VegasLass   
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skoff
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a meal. we had a big skoff of clams last night
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Skookum
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A slang phrase originating in Western Canada (BC); commonly used as a noun or descriptive implying awesome or great.
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Slapper
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(Hockey) A slap shot
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Slippy
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(Prince Edward Island) A shortened term used very quite often for the word slippery.
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slog
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A difficult journey, such as slogging across town on foot.
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Soaker
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What you call your foot after stepping in a deep puddle or lake or river. If your foot gets completely engulfed in water you have yourself a soaker.
Also called a booter. Comment by: ....   
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Sook, Sookie
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A Newfie term for a "whiner", a complainer.
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Speakies
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A popular name for speakers. "Turn those speakies all the way up."
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Speedy Creek
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slang for Swift Current Saskatchewan
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Squiggers
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Are Squirrels- Look at that squigger over there right climbing the tree right next to that hoser
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Steph in Boots
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Works at Dundee
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Stubby
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A short neck beer bottle. All Canadian beer bottles used to be this way. Now only specialty, small brewer beers use these bottles. "If it is in a stubby, it's got to be Canadian".
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suckhole
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goodie-goodie, teacher's pet, person who does nothing wrong, disobedient or illegal, implies that person is afraid to step out of bounds proscribed by shool, family, the law, or society in general.
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