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Bea
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I dont give a fuckkkkkkk
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Beaner
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A Mexican
"Don't call me gringo, You fuckin beaner. Stay on your side of that goddamn river. " [from the Song Caca by Shakira]
This is a big one! haha but everyone says it unless there mexican, don't deny it... Comment by: st    Rated:5/5
While I haven't heard that Shakira song, it is the same lyric as the song Frijolero by Molotov. Comment by: Chris G   
everyone i know uses the word as a crappy van that mexican immigrants buy once they get to america. Comment by: me    Rated:3/5
This is a derogatory term for a Mexican. It is very offensive to some people. It could get you a beat down. Comment by: Sylvia   
Beat down? Hell, It'l get you beat up! Comment by: clayton    Rated:5/5
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beating cakes
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doing a girl in the doggystyle position.
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Beaver
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Posted by: somecanuckRating:1.1  
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Woman's intimate "southern" area. Can also refer more specifically to the mons pubis.
"Senator Nicole Eaton derides the lowly beaver as a "19th century has-been," a "dentally defective rat," a "toothy tyrant" and a nuisance that wreaks havoc on its environment."
We use this down here in America, too, eh Comment by: -    Rated:5/5
BEAVER PELT Answer: Large Golf Divot Comment by: Pat   
I live in Ireland and I eat Beavers all day long. We eat this all day long and its high in protein. I like to hunt for them in the thick forests. Once I find the beaver I pound it and take it home for dinner. I usually don't get any lady parts like that guy meant. Comment by: Carl Peters   
no. we dnt say beaver in the bay. we say pussy. Comment by: Denahli   
I thought the Canadian expression was "box." Comment by: Pete   
We use beaver, pussy and box here in Canada. lol. Comment by: Relala   
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Beavering away
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Posted by: Mack
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Working enthusiastically.
expression not just "beavering" but "beavering away at" something like "he's beavering away at his homework". Comment by: jonno   
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bedtime
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time to sleep
"Who expects a psychologist to think? Especially when you are so busy thinking what you think other people are thinking. " [from the Movie Bedtime for Bonzo by Hans Neumann]
wtf. this is a slang? i thought it was self-explanatory.. Comment by: who cares?   
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Beeatches
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Dis be da ladies gettin busy on Sweet Mutha Fuckin J's Tip
"Listen up Beatches, you ain't got no balls and u ain't got no sack."
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Beep
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Orange juice "blend" breakfast drink. Saskatchewan folks will know this one!
"After more than 50 years, we have made the difficult decision to discontinue Beep juice. While Beep was once a staple in fridges and lunchboxes across Nova Scotia, sales have been declining for the past several years. Beep will start disappearing from store shelves over the next few weeks, so if Beep has a special place in your heart, pick up a carton soon."
Is Beep the Canadian equivalent of Tang? Comment by: Joe   
BEEP and Tang are completely different. BEEP was a blend of small amounts of fruit juices (apple, orange, prune, apricot and pineapple) and a lot of sugar water. Our dairy in Utah used to carry it back in the 1960s. Tang is a powdered drink mix made popular by its use by astronauts in the early NASA space program. Comment by: Waltzboy   
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Bell end
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Slang for the head (corona) of the penis. Used to simply describe the gland ("Damn! my bell end is stinging after last night"), or used offensively similarly to the word dick/cock ("your a total bell end"). Is also abbreviated to just "bell".
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bender/bent
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homosexual. Someone who is bent, that is, not straight.
"Philip Glenister as Gene Hunt in the great British series Life on Mars, in a scene with John Simm as Sam Tyler in episode 6 of season 2. One of the greatest and most hilarious insults ever, classic Gene Hunt" [from the TV Show Life on Mars by Gene Hunt]
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Bent
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Positive, exciting, attractive, generally enjoyable. "Last weekend we went river rafting, it was so bent!"
err na bent is gay or lesbain! get it ryt blud! xx Comment by: saunderzzzzz    Rated:1/5
▸ adjective: fixed in your purpose ("Bent on going to the theater") Comment by: Kathy   
bent meaning angry, ape shit, cheesed off...ect. Comment by: sexy lady   
Kathy's is the only one i've heard - but it's often "hell bent" Comment by: poisonives   
Also, "Get bent!" Sort of like "f*ck off." Comment by: tinyrobo    Rated:1/5
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Bent
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very high or drunk. Under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
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betty
Posted by: onetrickpony
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hot chick, probably from "The Flintsones", a North American children's cartoon show from the 70's where a attractive female character in it was named Betty
Just for the record, the Flintstones began in 1960. Their prime time run was 1960-66. Comment by: Pat M   
No, it refers to Betty from the Archie comics, as in Veronica & Betty. Comment by: KDC   
Also used in plural.."lot of Betties in this club". Used to be hip expression in LA, still used sometimes. Similar to "Bunnies" as seen in the movie "Swingers". And yes it's definitely from Archie comics, Veronica was the brunette bitchy type but Betty was the sweet innocent girl next door blonde. But not a dumber beach blonde like a "Barbie" Comment by: Jettbot   
A betty is a hot chick. There are infamous lookers whose names were some form of betty. Betty from archie comics, Bettie Page, Betty Boop, Betty Rubble, Bette Davis, etc. Comment by: brooke   
*famous >_> famous lookers Comment by: brooke   
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Beyond the black stump
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Posted by: earthseasged
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means to go beyond civilization, end up in the middle of nowhere. "Beyond the Black Stump" is also a novel by British author Nevil Shute, published in 1956.
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bhosra cudai
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one who licks his mothers ovum
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biatch
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bitch
it's actually biotch. Comment by: lalala   
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big bang
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a major change, probably originated from a theory about the creation of the universe which suggested that all the stars were created at once in a "big bang"
"[Miranda Frost] I take it Mr. Bond has been explaining his BIG BANG theory. [Jinx] I got the thrust of it." [from the Movie Die Another Day by James Bond Movie]
The big bang does NOT suggest that all the stars were created at once. It explains the beginning of the universe. Stars followed much later. Comment by: Pat McGeehan    Rated:2/5
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biker
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A biker is more than someone who owns a bike (motorcycle) - To be a true biker, you "live to ride and ride to live" . A biker is more than someone who owns a bike (motorcycle) - To be a true biker, you love to ride, "live to ride" your bike. It's not just riding, it's a way of life. People from all demographic groups are part of the biker subculture. Bikers share a mutual attraction to unique social themes that surround the American motorcycle, Harley-Davidson. Now world-wide, the biker subculture began in America in the late 1940's.
Is there a Vespa subculture in Europe? Comment by: Brhinocerous   
Don't know but there sure is a lot of Hell's Angels chapters there... Comment by: derp   
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bitch
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female dog
yeah that's not what it is supposed to mean. You say it to someone when they are beeing totally rude (usually to a girl) Comment by: st    Rated:5/5
That's not slang, that's the actual definition Comment by: get it right   
the definition which no one uses is a 'female dog'. but its used when a girl is being rude or very mean, you call her a bitch, or say that she's being bitchy. Comment by: emma   
It's also used against guys when they're pussy, or whiny, often combined with "little", like "what a little bitch". Then there's "my bitch", "his bitch" etc. which is (usually jokingly) a girlfriend, sidekick, minion, or someone under complete power of another. Comment by: poison ives   
Also used as a verb, meaning to gripe or complain incessantly, rudely, and often loudly, sometimes even escalating into a two-hour shriek-fest. (Very locally, we called that "tornado-bitching.") Comment by: Saoirse   
Regarding the actual definition of 'bitch' (female dog that has not been neutered) yes, it is used quite frequently, in fact, by any dog breeder or veterinarian. Comment by: Saoirse   
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Bitch to Bitch
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to complain
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Bitchen
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way cool. ["Encino is like, so bitchen!" from the song "Valley Girl" by Frank Zappa and daughter, Moon Unit Zappa]
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bithch(applied to people)
Posted by: onetrickponyRating:1.0  
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a miserable, nasty troublesome woman, currently also applies to men *see "faggot"
BIATCH is a better substitute for this man. Comment by: BIATCH    Rated:2/5
this is an old term. it's also shitty, you shouldn't use it Comment by: guy   
I take offense to this. Comment by: Miserable, Nasty Troublesome Woman    Rated:1/5
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black metal
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harsh extreme heavy metal characterised by high pitched vocals, very treble orientated production and themes of satanism paganism and anti-sociality; originates from venom album of same name
I characterize black metal as bands from europe, usually pagan, who have growling as their singing and not the best recording, and it was started by Bathory, not whatever it says above. Comment by: Adrian Stameski    Rated:2/5
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Bleeding Edge
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New and cool - but potentially not profitable - technology derived from "Leading Edge"
"HighTec's technology was so bleeding edge that the company went out of business before it could develop sales."
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bling bling
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fancy jewelery, more specifically diamonds. also known as "ice"
I have uddles and uddles of bling bling! Comment by: The Critic    Rated:3/5
It's no longer cool to say it 'cause white people ruined it. Only to be used if you want people to look at you like you're stupid or a jackass. Comment by: -    Rated:1/5
It is lame. Though, not for the racist reason the person above posted. Still acceptable in some circles, just not in most. Comment by: Kia   
yeah, not cool. its used mostly as a joke now: "You goch'yo bling...!" Comment by: ohnoone   
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