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Greg John Rowell played cricket for QLD in the domestic cricket competition, called the Sheffield Shield (now the Pura Milk Cup) in Australia during the mid-90's.

The term Greg Rowell is used in Australian rhyming slang, meaning to go the growl or to perform oral sex on a female's genitalia.

The equivalent to a female performing oral sex on a man is Bretty Heady or to give head.
Dougy: Boy that bird last night sure was feisty last night!
Timmy: Greg Rowell?
Dougy: Nar but she gave me Brett Heady.
Timmy: I love you man.
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Anus can be exchanged for hip, cool, groovy, rockin, super, great, superb, funky, hot, gold, perfect, awesome.

It means good things.
Turbo, "yo Hammer, that car is sweet"
Hammer "Yeah Turbo, its totally anus!"
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A Yaysian is a happy Asian, pretty much any Asian that is on any arcade in existence or just Dance Dance Revolution. Also when it is Chinese New Year even though they're Japaneseand so forth.
Henry: "I went to the arcade yesterday to see the new DDR game and I swear I've never seen so many Yaysians.
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Disease, can mean talent, looks or moves, diseased can mean hip, cool, groovy, hot, perfect, lovely, pretty, awesome.
Snake: "Check out that chick's disease Shovel"
Shovel: "Woah I wouldn't mind catching some of that!"
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Brett Heady is an Australian Football Player who played in the Australian Football League aka AFL.

In Australian rhyming slang, when a male receives oral sex it is called Brett Heady.

The equivalent to performing oral sex on a female in Australian rhyming slang is Greg Rowell aka go the growl.
Knighty: So I took that stinker Tara out for date.
T-Dawg: Yeah, so how'd it go, you get some?
Knighty: Nothing, dropped 150$ on meals and movie.
T-Dawg: Not even a bit of Brett Heady?
Knighty: Nothing.
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Some stupid acronym that fake people made up so they couldn't be interested in someone that they actually like because they live a distance incompatible with their fakeness, acronym for "geographically undesirable."

Sarah: "wow that Todd guy is totally nice and all, I would sure like to date him"
Tania: "He lives in Texas"
Sarah: "Damn what a GU"
Todd: "I wasn't interested in you anyway you fake bitch"
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Holden Morrisey Caulfield, appears in J.D. Salinger's Slight Rebellion off Madison, published in the December 22, 1946 issue of The New Yorker. This was the basis for several chapters in the book, The Catcher in the Rye where Holden has a date with Sally Hayes.
Holden Morrisey Caulfield usually wore his chesterfield and a hat with a cutting edge at the “V” in the crown.
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