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though
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very ugly, to the point of making a comparison to someone's derriere or butt.
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Three sheets to the wind
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Posted by: 0Kelvin
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The state of being extremely drunk. "He came home last night three sheets to the wind."
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Three-Oh-Four
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a prostitute, derived from the numbers on a calculator "3-0-4" turned upside down.
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threw me my first life line
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the first person to help someone in despair.
"Mrs. Flowers was a frequent visitor to Mrs. Henderson’s store. She noticed the silent child and decided to help her realize that the human voice is an instrument to used. Maya spent her afternoons with Mrs. Flowers. This was during the time in her young life when she would not talk to anyone but her brother, Bailey, for over a year, this silence occurred after she had been raped by her mother’s friend. Because of this, Mr. Freeman was found murdered supposedly by her uncles and this contributed to her year of silence among other things. For nearly a year I sopped around the house, the store, the school, and the church, like an old biscuit, dirty and inedible. Then I met, or rather got to know the lady who THREW ME MY FIRST LIFE LINE." [from the Book Caged Bird by Maya Angelou]
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thrilla gorilla
Posted by: lemmiwinks
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sexual position involving an actual fucking gorilla man! then the woman gives the man or gorilla head.
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Throwed
Posted by: tdogg707
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To be high
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thug
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usually used to describe a young male who dresses baggy, has money, and is sly.
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tick tick tick
Posted by: Bruce
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the sound made my a clock, used to indicate that time is passing. to indicate that "time is of the essence."
"Tick Tick Tick...that's the sound of your life running out."
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Tick Tock
Posted by: Bruce
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the sound made by the clock, to indicate that time is passing.
"Tonight, I'mma fight, 'Til we see the sunlight. Tick tock on the clock, But the party don't stop, no." [from the Song TiK ToC by Ke$ha]
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Tie one on.
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Posted by: 0Kelvin
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To get drunk. Also "To tie on a good stupid", meaning to get drunk enough that intelligence and common sense are pretty much out of the picture. "I'm going to the bar and I'm gonna tie one on/tie on a good stupid."
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tiger
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a cool cat
Tiger is also said about a tough man not afraid to fight Comment by: frank   
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Tight
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"cool", "awesome"
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Tight
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angry, mad, pissed off etc.
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tight ass
Posted by: onetrickpony
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an up-tight, stressed out person who is not having ANY fun and is probably being negative in some way. Comes from the clenching of the gluteus maximus muscles(yer ass)which control the hips, which are associated which sexuality, flow, creativity, or in other words, FUN, and the clentching, control, fear/restriction of the flow/fun creates a "tight ass"=fear of anything primal/feeling/fun.
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Timbit
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Posted by: Canuck WordsmithRating:0.6  
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The centre of a doughnut... See also Timmie's
It actually refers to a small round pastry with the same texture as a dough nut and often smothered with sugar or choclate icing. Comment by: Chris    Rated:2/5
mmmmmm timbits Comment by: ...   
God, I love those.. Comment by: Alice   
i loveeee timbits ^_^ Comment by: Music-Junkie   
Chris, they are the same thing as American doughnut holes. It's a given that they are pastries of the same texture as doughnuts. Comment by: Mister   
Never heard of these until today, nor timmies, but it seems to be pretty common in CA Comment by: YO!Americano   
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Time Flies
Posted by: Mack
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Time passes very quickly, flies away.
"You know how the time flies. Only yesterday was the time of our lives. We were born and raised in a summer haze, Bound by the surprise of our glory days. " [from the Song Someone Like You by Adele]
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time-pass
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OK, short for "good enough for passing time" (Indian English)
"The movie was not great, but timepass."
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Timmie or Timmie's
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Posted by: Canuck WordsmithRating:1.3  
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Said of a cuppa coffee; or the place where it is a bought... < I need a Timmie's. Let's go to Timmie's. > Timmie's is named after "Tim Horton's", a chain of coffeeshops, found all over CANADA. See also "Double-double".
wicked Comment by: kaylee    Rated:5/5
Also Timmy Ho's Comment by: DanKat    Rated:4/5
Timmies is the greatest. Starbucks can't compare! Comment by: ana   
I liked Timmie's coffee so much better when I could only go to Canada to get it. Now it's down the street from my house in Michigan and it tastes like everyone else's coffee. Comment by: Steve J.   
Timmies Rocks. We've got one as far south as bangor maine, But If I go, I got to Edmunston. Right Bub's? Comment by: SuperMainer   
ok not all canadians like timmies. in fact i know more ppl who like starbucks better. Comment by: canadianbluestar   
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tin-bum Bob
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Posted by: rozmar
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nickname for Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke - so named for his Cornish tin miner ancestors and to match an old enemy's nickname, see "pig-iron Bob" - tin-bum used to refer to someone who was tight with their money
Tim Bum doesn't mean you're tight with money, it means you have Unbelievable Luck and things always seem to work out all right for you. Comment by: Arangi   
Hence the term Tinny, when referring to someone as described above. Comment by: Arangi   
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Tinnie
Posted by: earthseasged
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name for a can of beer
Tinnie is a can of beer and is also used to describe an aluminium hulled boat. Comment by: Brado   
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tio
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tit
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A woman's breast. Possibly derived from teat.
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Titers
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Tiny breasts, flat breasts
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tits
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a woman's breasts
"I'm sure TITS wont get made about Sean posting her on coolslang."
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Tits
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Cool; awesome
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