The way people who aren't smart (but think they are) say "specific". Used mostly by people who elect to represent themselves during a criminal trial, and dummies who don't understand questions during a job interview and want to buy more time in order to think of a good bull-shit lie. You should never correct someone who says "pacific" instead of "specific" because it is a very easy way to instantly guage IQ.
Uh... I don't know which robbery you are talking about Your Honor. Can you please be more pacific?
Term used to describe a middle-aged single woman, usually employed in a dead-end civil servant job. The lemon face has horrible people skills, is angry at the world, and with her life. She is the one who sits in her cubicle with a perpetual sour-puss look on her face. Lemon faces are typically employed by their respective civil service to be customer service reps.
I waited for 2 hours to renew my drivers licence but when I finally reached the counter, the lemon faced customer service rep told me I didn't have the right documents. Then she said "sucks to be you"