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Gimp Bitch
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A woman who likes to r/p in sex but who also is a daft cow or ugly
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git
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an idiotic, annoying person
This is FAR from being just Irish. Comment by: pb1965   
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Gloria'd
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to have sex with a friend's mom
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go walk about
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Posted by: earthseasged
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means to disappear for a time, (go off into the bush)
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Go-Go Juice
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cum, jism
Can also refer to a beverage with lots of caffeine. Comment by: Twisted    Rated:5/5
I've heard people use this word for Coffee Comment by: That Guy   
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Goalie
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Short for goaltender.
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Gob
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Mouth
"Shut your gob!"
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Gobbler
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"Blow Job", fellacio
I nominate this for Best Word of the Site Comment by: George Bush   
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going steady
Posted by: malochrist
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serious relationship - popular 50's era expression to indicate that a boy and girl are more than just friends.
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gold digger
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a person who is only with their partner to benifit from their money, usually used to describe a girl.
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golden shower
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urination on sex partner
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Gonna
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Posted by: 0Kelvin
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Short for "Going to", as in "I'm gonna get some sleep."
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goof
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child molester in prison
i've never heard that before. it means someone is acting goofy which means silly or stupid. when someone is acting silly you call them a goof. Comment by: mat   
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goof ass
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I use it when I'm talking to someone who said something stupid for example " me: shut that mess up someone else: no shut that mess down me: wth shut yo goof ass up"
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Goofed
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Make mistake(s)
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gook
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a derogatory term for someone of Asian descent
"Pogue Colonel: Son, all I've ever asked of my marines is that they obey my orders as they would the word of God. We are here to help the Vietnamese, because inside every gook there is an American trying to get out. It's a hardball world, son. We've gotta keep our heads until this peace craze blows over. " [from the Movie Full Metal Jacket by Stanley Kubrick]
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gooter
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pussy, vagina
"slam it in my gooter "
Kinda like cooter everywhere else. Comment by: haha   
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Gorby
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Posted by: smittyRating:0.6  
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tourist (derogatory) Origin: Banff, Alberta, Canada pre-world war 2.
now there is "Gorby Gap" which is a gap between your toque and goggles, which makes you have a forehead like a famous "Gorby" that ran Russia. Comment by: adam   
Back in New Brunswick, "Gorby" was used to refer to Canada Jays as well. (the birds, not the baseball team) Comment by: Ryan in Japan   
Gorby Dodging How far you can ride a skateboard down the sidewalk on Banff Avenue without hitting a Gorby Comment by: Jack MacGregor   
Not really. Its just the clothes part of GT... Comment by: Tara   
GORBy stands for Great Outdoor Recreational Bastard -- used to describe city folk who invade your scenic rural town so they can pretend to be true woodsmen. I've heard it used in Invermere, BC, but I'm sure it would see a lot of use in Banff as well. Comment by: Ben   
In Whistler B.C., GORBy stands for Geeks On Rented Boards. ie: tourists Comment by: Michael   
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gouch
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Plance between ball and ass
called a gooch. and more so a taint. Comment by: bitchassniggaasshoassho   
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Government Inspected Meat
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a homosexual in the military
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Gravel Run / Crop Touring
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An activity undertaken by youth in rural Southern Ontario involving driving back roads while consuming lots of beer.
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Greasies
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Posted by: shinigami
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Fish and chips
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gringo
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Mexican slang for a white person
"Keep your hand on your gun Don't you trust anyone There's just one kind of man That you can trust That's a dead man... Or a gringo like me." [from the Song A Gringo Like Me by Ennio Morricone]
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Grockle
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A Tourist. (mainly used in southern England)
Grockle is not even English, let alone southern English. I don't know where you found it, mate, but it wasn't from here. Comment by: Zu   
Origin appears to be from Torquey in Devon. Not in general use elsewhere in England. Comment by: Gc   
Grockle was a term used on the Isle of Wight to describe holidaymakers when I was young. Comment by: NB    Rated:3/5
Grockle is used in common parlance nowadays; means chavvier than a muggle. Like our neighbours who leave their snotty children's scooters out by the front door of the common drive. Comment by: Phaser   
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Grog
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alchoholic beverage
I think this is actually irish Comment by: ng400   
Strictly speaking grog is the mixture of rum and water that was issued daily to the enlisted men on shipboard in the British Navy until fairly recently ('70s maybe?). The water was so that it wouldn't keep and would have to be consumed reasonably promptly. I believe the actual rum content of the grog issue in the 18th century was half a pint per man per day. (!) Comment by: dbeierl   
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