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acting the maggot
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Annoying. Person who is being a "pain in the ass"
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I enjoy Acting the Maggot. Some people say I'm an a-hole... Comment by: Joe   
5XJVi9 I view something genuinely special in this site. Comment by: crorkservice    Rated:4/5
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Afters
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1) Dessert 2) the party after the major event, "the after party"
Believe this was meant to be dessert, Brit for.... Comment by: penny912   
English slang as well, synonymous with pudding and Dessert Comment by: Mikers    Rated:4/5
Eh.... its used more to describe the party after a major event.... we say dessert when we want dessert. Comment by: Nevidge   
Used for the tickets sold for a formal dinner event that only allow attendance after the meal is finished.. examples being weddings, formal dress balls and dinner dances. Comment by: Arts Bál   
I use it and I'm English. Comment by: Edwin Okli   
"I was invited to the afters of a wedding" means I was invited to come to the wedding after the meal and the speeches etc. Some people would be highly insulted to be only invited to the afters. Comment by: Joe   
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Ask me bollix
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An answer to a request you have no intention of doing, so the requester might as well be talking to your balls.
As quoted by Brad Pitt in the film Snatch... Comment by: Mikers    Rated:4/5
Its spelled "bollocks." Comment by: seriously?   
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Auld Doll
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your ma/mother.
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