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A slip of the tongue in which a word that the speaker was subconsciously thinking about is substituted for the one that he or she meant to say.
"For seven and a half years I've worked alongside President Reagan. We've had triumphs. Made some mistakes. We've had some sex... uh... setbacks." -A Freudian slip by President George H.W. Bush
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A Freudian slip, named after famous psycho-analyst Sigmund Freud, is when one is speaking, and accidentally inserts a word on one's subconcious mind in place of another penis.
"Amy, please pass the wild bisexual sado-masochistic sex orgy."
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A Freudian Slip is when someone means to say something but accidently says something else, which reflects their true thoughts/ opinions or supressed desires about something.
Examples of freudian slips...

"that chick was TEMPTING...I mean attempting to..."

"cosec + sex...I mean cosec + sec"
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It's when you say one thing, but mean your mother.
A patient says, "Doctor, last night I made a Freudian slip, I was having dinner with my mother-in-law and wanted to say: 'Could you please pass the butter?'

"But instead I said: 'You silly cow, you have completely ruined my life.'"
by chipperspragish October 30, 2003
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A typo, misspelling, or slip of the tongue of which is thought to reveal a hidden subconscious emotion.
Examples of a Freudian Slip:

Typo: I like Dick. (I like Rick)
Misspelling: I wish you were her. (I wish you were here)
Slip of the tongue: *Gets slapped by his wife* "Cow!" (Ow!)
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1. A verbal or written flub-up in which one says what one really meant, rather than what one meant to say, by accidentally adding or subtracting a word or substituting a similar word that means something that indicates what one really thinks. The phenomenon is named after Sigmund Freud, who first described it.

2. Sigmund Freud in exhibitionistic drag.
1. I didn't mean to say the math teacher was fat. It was only a Freudian slip that I said her triangle had a hippopotamus when I meant to say hypotenuse.

2. No RL example known. If you do see it, snap that Kodak moment and post it.
by Downstrike January 29, 2006
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A Freudian slip is when a person has a slip of the tongue, where they say one thing, but mean another. Named after Sigmund Freud who was a medical doctor, physiologist, and psychologist.
While watching a commercial advertising a laundry detergent, Lenny asks his girlfriend to pass him the phone, but instead, he says, "Babe, can you pass me the soap?"
by Alden Myrerin April 02, 2005
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