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[b][/b] Comment by: Matthewdic    Rated:5/5
Comment on: Ackey Dackey: Jittery, shaking as if by electrical current/shock (i.e. AC/DC military slang). Awkward, nervous, jittery etc. Details
Thank you very much for the invitation :). Best wishes. PS: How are you? I am from France :) Comment by: MixSag    Rated:4/5
Comment on: : audacity, "ballsy" Details
This means I piss on your father's grave Comment by: Babak    Rated:3/5
Comment on: : "i shit on your father's grave!" Details
we used to shag golf balls for my Dad. Comment by: Rosilind Schroeder    Rated:3/5
Comment on: Shag or shagging: 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. Details
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Comment on: 26'er or Twenty-sixer: The real term to describe what the Amercians call a "fifth" - a 26 oz. bottle of alcohol (a fifth of an American Gallon. Up hear it is just two mickeys in one bottle (see mickey, or flask) Details
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Comment on: : Boring, common, unoriginal, monotonous. Originally from the standard soldier's gun developed in 1908. Every soldier had it. Later (1915) that gun was reworked and enhanced. The name for that gun was 0815 by then. But it was still the standard gun. As it was something very common and nothing special Germans began to use that expression to describe boring "standard"- things. Details
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