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mano bokon:) Comment by: spw   
Comment on: : "i will do you": fuck you. Details
 
Also from Ontario - I've heard used both ways, but if you want to clarify which meaning, if he's "pissed up", that's drunk, and "pissed off" is angry. Comment by: Mogster    Rated:3/5
Comment on: Pissed: Dead drunk unlike the British meaning of angry, "Boy is he ever pissed" Details
 
Mike you are wrong, its pronounced as Cha not JA, sometime korean words are not pronounced exactly as it is written. So, whoever read mike's comment, please correct yourself that its Cha- not Ja-. Comment by: Milan   
Comment on: : "Honey", "Sweetie", affectionate term for girlfriend Details
 
That's a common term in Wisconsin too Comment by: Donnnnna   
Comment on: Honey Wagon (Alberta): Sewage truck eg."What's that smell!?!" ..."Honey wagon is cleaning out the sh!tter" Details
 
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Comment on: : "cops", police Details
 
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