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rack
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A woman's breasts, usually indicating large breasts. See "melons", "jugs"
"She's got quite a rack"
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rad
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cool
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rag
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Sanitary napkin. If someone is menstruating or in a bad mood, they are "on the rag."
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rainbow kiss
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to perform oral sex, felate.
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Ranga
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Redhead, derived from Orangatang.
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Rank
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Disgusting,horrible.e.g 'this food is rank'
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Rave
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A rave is a type of large party/dance, usually held in warehouses and taking place at night. A DJ plays fast electronic music (trance, house, happy hardcore, etc) amongst bright colored flashing lights. Closely associated with modern drug culture, many ravers take ecstacy or other hallcinogens to heighten the experience.
A Rave is a modern (2000's) dance move where you move your hands a lot. Comment by: Mister Iconic    Rated:3/5
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Reach Around
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Giving a hand-job to your partner whilst fucking them in the ass.
"I bet you're the kind of guy that would fuck a person in the ass and not even have the goddamn common courtesy to give him a reach-around." [from the Movie Full Metal Jacket by Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: ]
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Redcoat
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Posted by: pol
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Archaic slang for English soldier because of the bright red coat of the 1700's soldier.
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redneck gun-toting cowboys
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the americans
your a doughnut punching cowardly faggot! Comment by: black eye for the queer guy    Rated:1/5
Okay, well this term seems like it is two parts. First off, red neck gun toting [folk], that goes together seeing as how most of them are in the South. Cowboys, however, throws everything off, as they are in the west. So regionally, this makes no sense whatsoever. People should try to offend more accurately. Comment by: CA    Rated:5/5
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reek
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somtethin that smells really bad..kinda liek shit..only worse!!!!! +*+Miche*+*
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rep
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Reputation
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retardoid
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extremely stupid
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Richard Simmons
Posted by: highondrums2005
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An extremely gay faggot from hell.
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ride
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automobile - "Hey you're new Datsun is a nice ride."
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Right as Rain
Posted by: Mack
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Totally correct, totally true.
"'Cause who wants to be right as rain, it's better when something is wrong. I get excitement in my bones, even though everything's a strain. When night comes and I'm on my own, you should know I chose to be alone. Who wants to be right as rain, it's harder when you're on top." [from the Song Right as Rain by Adele]
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Ring Dick
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having severe teeth marks after a blowjob
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Rip
Posted by: Phoenix419
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To insult in large amounts.Past tense is Ripped. e.g 'if you dont like him you shud rip him,oh yeah you have already ripped him.'
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ripped
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intoxicated or stoned
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Ripped (2)
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Very fit and/or muscular
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Ripped (3)
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To copy CDs on to a hard drive
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Rippers
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Strip Club
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Road Hole
Posted by: Joe
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A girl on the road that spreads her legs easily for musicians, actors and even comedians!
"Artie fucked a Road Hole after his gig in Pittsburgh." [from the TV Show The Howard Stern Show by Artie Lang]
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Road Kill
Posted by: Joe
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Small animal killed by being run over by a semi or other vehicle. Or, in general, some helpless bastard that meets unfortunate circumstances.
It can also mean awful, horrible. e.g. "That's fashion roadkill." Comment by: Lita Kino   
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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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