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Culture specific, informal words and terms that are not considered standard in a language.

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The theory that groups will spend longer debating trivial things than complicated issues. This can occur because people may realize that they do not understand a complex issue well, and trust that ...


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A group of people who is opposite to those who are tall,rich and handsome or white,rich and gorgeous.


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Slang terminology for a person that is left handed. This descriptor is most often used in boxing and other forms of fighting to refer to a person who leads with their right hand and foot, reserving ...


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A slang originating from the US Air Force originally meaning a pilot whose plane is positioned behind and outside the leader in a formation of flying aircraft. Now used informally to reference the ...


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Generally referring to expensive and flashy jewelry made from silver, platinum, gold and/or diamonds, the word can also cover extremely expensive clothes, cars and general life-style. "Amy’s blinging ...


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Shining because you are wearing so much jewelry.


Language; Slang

An informal language consisting of words and expressions that are not considered appropriate for formal occasions; often vituperative or vulgar. It is often used to identify with one's peers and, ...

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