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dork or dweeb
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A nerdy (conservative, bookish) person.
"Christian: If you're a DORK, and you don't do anything, you're still just a DORK. But if you're a DORK, and you do some weird wacky shit -- like buy a postal jeep, you can transcend DORKiness, you become something more... you become... eccentric." [from the Movie Going Postal by Dan Hannon]
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Dosh
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Money
Not US, in my experience. Nor "blunt" either. Comment by: dbeierl   
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Double-double
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Posted by: Canuck WordsmithRating:1.1  
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Said when ordering a coffee; indicating two creams and two sugars... Most likely heard at a Timmie's.
"How to make your very own double double in the comfort of your own home."
I use it ALL the time! Gotta get my Timmies! Comment by: Matt    Rated:5/5
No one else says this? Seems so normal Comment by: Nova Scotian Girl!   
I miss hearing that!!! I say double-double down here in Arizona and they look at me like I'm a crazy person! Comment by: Cristina    Rated:5/5
It's the only coffee I'll have. Double doubles pwn. Comment by: Gina   
it is a double-double cheeseburger in CA cause of In-N-Out Comment by: 名無   
What? Canadians are the only ones that say it? Huh? My parents use it all the time at Timmy's. Comment by: mulley    Rated:5/5
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dough
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money
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down
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to feel sad, depressed
In the US this can also be used to express willingness or agreement with a plan. For example: "Hey Mike, you want to go hiking on Sunday"? "Yeah, I'm down with that". Comment by: That guy   
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down
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also means to be cool with,go along Ex: "bro im down wit it."
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Down the road
Posted by: 0Kelvin
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Later, in time.
"Used in a classroom environment, for example. "We'll learn about that down the road.""
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down under
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Rating:1.3  
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Australian continent (and New Zealand)
"Living in a land down under. Where women glow and men plunder. Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder? You better run, you better take cover!" [from the Song Down Under by Men at Work]
No one in Australia calls it 'down under' this is embarrassing, and it is what the American's say. Comment by: mate    Rated:1/5
Absolutely correct. It is American slang for Australia. No one said Aussies use it. :P Comment by: Twisted    Rated:5/5
No one in New Zealand calls you this either, or us for that matter. aussie is "west island" :D Comment by: Jimmyjoe   
So what do you Ozzies call us? Antipodeans? Tell me we're not Pommies... ;-) Incidentally, what about that song from ?Men at Work? that talks about "a land down under?" Comment by: dbeierl   
"Down Under" is an advertising slogan by the Aussies for the Yanks, but its not actively used in Oz 'cept for the tourists Comment by: Bluey    Rated:2/5
What bullshit that Australians don't use the term, ever heard of a small Australian band called Men at Work and their famous song that became, the unofficial Australian anthem throughout the 80's and 90's called "Downunder".I come from the land downunder! Comment by: Aussie Mike   
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downer
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A pill/barbituate, used to make you sleep, relax muscles. Also same as bummer. A situation that is bad, for example, when responding to someone's sorrowful story one might say, "that's a downer."
Please, it's barbiturate. Comment by: dbeierl   
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Drain the Lizard
Posted by: ausser
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(Male only) to urinate. "I have to go drain the lizard."
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Drain the Main Vein
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for a male to urinate. I'll be back in a minute, I have to drain the main vein.
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drop a deuce
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to take a crap
Urinating is often referred to as number 1, and defecating as number 2. Deuce is french for the number 2. Thus "drop a number 2". :D Comment by: Sylvia   
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Drop Off the Cosby Kids at the Pool
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"take a crap", have a bowel movement.
Only heard of "dropping the kids off at the pool". But I suppose there are similar variations, like this one. Comment by: Sylvia   
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drunkengaz
Posted by: Anonymous.Rating:4.2  
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Someone from the UK who is generally a pompous prick and a drunk. A drunkengaz tends to run their mouth off, and stick their nose in places where it doesn't belong.
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dude
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Rating:3.3  
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a fellow
Can be used when chatting casually with a girl, though it's usually avoided. ...Some weird people use "dudette", instead, for girls. Comment by: Yvenne   
Interchangeable with 'guy' or 'guy's'. "You dude's find the remote?" "That dude, is a jerk." Even girls are not immune to being called dudes as the term "guy's" often covers them anyway. Comment by: August    Rated:5/5
Generally, calling a girl this is a way to suggest you are not interested in her or that she is just "one of the guys." Though usually, deep down, no girl wants to be called dude. Comment by: JaS    Rated:5/5
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dude!
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Means wow, amazing, or really? It can also be like dude stop that.
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dudee
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Means wow, amazing, or really? It can also be like dude stop that.
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duece duece
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means 22 usually refering to a .22 caliber handgun.
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dumb
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stupid
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