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POF
Plenty Of Freaks - this is the REAL meaning of the acronym for the so-called free dating site known as Plenty of Fish. This site is so full of losers and freaks that it should be a recruiting site for Barnum & Bailey.
Whatever you do, stay OFF POF. It may be free, but it's a bunch of crazy Barneys. Sadly, you get what you pay for.
by KImCobain February 25, 2015

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Literally translated means "this is not the first time I have done this." Applies to dozens of different scenarios. Relays to the recipient that you are experienced and know what you're doing.
Reporter: "Nice work on that verdict."
Prosecutor: "Hey, this was not my first rodeo."
by KImCobain March 05, 2015

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Not what he appears to be; usually a man who doesn't appear to be tough but is really a major badass
Remember what I said, Dude, watch your ass cause he ain't true.
by KImCobain February 23, 2015

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Jet
To leave or exit
"We're gonna jet because we have to meet some peeps in 15 minutes"
by KImCobain February 11, 2015

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An expression of surprise, delight or shock used predominantly by landed gentry or complete nerds
"Golly I hope the weather is lovely for the steeplechase on Saturday"
by KImCobain February 11, 2015

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In vino veritas is a Latin phrase that means "in wine there is truth."

The expression, together with its counterpart in Greek, "Ἐν οἴνῳ ἀλήθεια" (En oinōi alētheia), is found in Erasmus' Adagia, I.vii.17. Pliny the Elder's Naturalis historia contains an early allusion to the phrase. The Greek expression is traced back to a poem by Alcaeus.
Herodotus asserts, and it is likely enough, that if the Persians decided something while drunk, they made a rule to reconsider it when sober. Authors from Herodotus onwards, however, have dared to add that if the Persians made a decision while sober, they made a rule to reconsider it when they were drunk (Histories, book 1, section 133).
The Roman historian Tacitus described how the Germanic peoples always drank while holding councils, as they believed nobody could lie effectively when drunk.
The phrase is often continued as, "In vino veritas, in aqua sanitas", i.e., "In wine there is truth, in water there is health."
The phrase is often continued as, "In vino veritas, in aqua sanitas", i.e., "In wine there is truth, in water there is health."
by KImCobain March 03, 2015

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1. A person who talks too fast and too much. The fast talker won't wait for a break in the conversation, they just overtalk everyone else.
2. A bad actress who rushes her lines because she's afraid of forgetting them.
Don't invite Mia to the party, she's an obnoxious motormouth.
by KImCobain February 27, 2015

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