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PK
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Posted by: sdwerd
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player killer, in a game when one player kills another mostly for enjoyment, or a quick laugh, usually games like everquest, runescape, and other mmorpg(massively-multiplayer online role playing game)
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Play
Posted by: 0Kelvin
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Clothing. Outdated (I think) African/American slang. "Check out his play." means to look at his clothes.
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play hard
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Competitive, sometimes beyond the limit of the rules, see "hard ball"
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playa
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playboy, a person who is unfaithful to their partner.
"PLAYA WAT? PLAYA PIMP!"
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Played
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Taken advantage of
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Playing Solo On The Devils Clarinet
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Masturbating, Shining your helmet
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plea bargain
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To negotiate a court sentence.
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Po-Po
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The police...The Cops
also called "pigs", i.e., we see cops go by and we say "I smell bacon". lol Meaning cops are fat, cuz they eat so many doughnuts. Comment by: Rachael    Rated:5/5
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poes
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Vagina, "pussy"
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Pogie
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Posted by: wwRating:2.2  
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Unemployment Insurance - from the term for a poorhouse
I've never heard of Pogie, but I have heard Pokie. My mom uses that one more often. Comment by: Ashley   
Yes, this term exists. You'll even hear comedians use it. Comment by: Chris   
I've always heard the word "pokey" or "Pokie" here in the US of A, but that usually refers to going to jail or prison. Comment by: Amanda   
I believe it's more commonly spelled "pogey", and it is very much in use. Comment by: danae   
Definitely "pogie" with a "g". Comes from the British slang word "Pogue" which means a bottom feeding fish. Comment by: Sean   
Here in the States, a Pogie is a little fish. Comment by: Rebecca   
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Poke a Fag
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To smoke a cigarette; most often used when well one needs to poke a bloody fag!
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Pommy bastard
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an Englishman
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Pongo
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Infantryman of British army
"Where the Army goes the Pongoes"
My understanding was that a pongo was a naval term for any soldier (infantry or otherwise). Comment by: Phil Towend   
In the Royal Air Force Regiment (circa 1949) a "Pongo" was a slang term for an ex-Indian Army Officer - some of whom had transferred in to Regiment following the demise of the Indian Army. Comment by: John Gardner   
This originated as a nineteenth century Royal Navy jibe at the Army, derived from "where the Army goes, there the pong goes". The Army in the field lacked much in the way of bathing facilities for obvious reasons, so the jibe was probably justified much of the time. Comment by: Bruce Haithwaite   
I was reading a children's story about a pig and the farmer's daughter named him Pongo because are smelly. When the pig introduced himself to the other animals he said that he was Pongo by name but not by nature. I don't get it. Comment by: Melissa   
Pongo can also mean smelly, as in "Pingy pongoes" used in the "Confessions of Georgia Nicholson" novellas. Comment by: The Ghost of the English Language   
When I was growing up someone used to be called this by his dad, not sure why but it was a term of affection. Comment by: Jez A Bell   
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Pongo
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A derogatory name for people in the armed service's that act in a pompous or arrogant fashion.
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poo nanny
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vagina, see also poon tang, cooch,
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poontang
Posted by: onetrickponyRating:3.5  
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pussy, vagina.
this is funny cause i cal my friend that Comment by: beefy    Rated:5/5
Southern USA slang Comment by: Matthew    Rated:2/5
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porky
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you look fat
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porn actress
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a lady who sell her body for money or some time enjoyment also.. jiski chut me bhot khujli ho
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Post-Potter depression
Posted by: Joe
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The empty feeling that comes after finishing reading the seventh book in the Harry Potter series and realizing there will be no more.
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Postal
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Emotion or act - to go postal on someone is to completely lose your cool and usually involves some measure of physical contact. To lose your cool and become physically and verbally explosive. Derived from the era of mailmen shooting people at random. "Hey he's about to go postal over there." "She's always been a postal bitch, you're gonna wanna watch this!"
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pot
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marijuana
"kelsey and dominique enjoy pot."
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Potato
Posted by: princeRating:5.0  
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A desired penis! "How's your potato?" means "I want your penis!"
I use this all the time - great to see it here! Comment by: Fred    Rated:5/5
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Potna
Posted by: tdogg707
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Homie, Cuddie
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Poxy
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Terrible, "shitty"
This word actually means lucky.... As in "you poxy f*cker how'd you manage that"!!! Comment by: Irish Gal   
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Prairie Oysters
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Posted by: PrairieRating:0.9  
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A bovine bull's casterated testicles.
Also, a hangover cure: 1 teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce 1 teaspoon Apple Cider Vinegar 1 whole Raw Egg Yolk 2 dashes Hot Sauce 1 dash Pepper 1 dash Salt 1 shot Brandy Pour into a wine glass taking care not to break the yolk. Swallow whole. Comment by: Jared82CA   
that's "castrated" actually. aren't these served fried in some places? Comment by: Laura R   
In America we call them that sometimes but mostly rocky mountain oysters. Comment by: Ian   
At Buzzards Restaurant in Calgary they actually have "Testicle Festival" serving up cooked testicles aka prairie oysters. Comment by: Dani Dee    Rated:5/5
Delicious when fresh and fried in a good batter immediately post-branding! Comment by: albertan   
In New Zealand we use the term Mountain Oysters, it means sheep's testicles, usually cooked on a campfire straight after docking, often cooked with fresh wriggling lamb tails. Comment by: Arangi    Rated:3/5
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