My first real pumpkin! And to celebrate I invited all pumpkin users in the area; throw a little pumpkin party... I hope that's not slang...
by Camwood December 15, 2020
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Everything posted by Andi, ie senseless definitions that are funny only to her.
I will say it one more time, this site is for defining SLANG terms that are used ON THE STREET. Stupid little inside jokes that only you get do not qualify as such. If you want to keep posting this shit go ahead and start your own blog or website. IT'S NOT THAT HARD you fucking cunt.
by ElBorracho February 23, 2005
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Stupid and mindless bullshit defined at by that increasingly asinine cunt Andi, who thinks that it is funny as hell to define mundane terms with puerile humor and shoddy composition.

Oatmeal is Not Slang when used in the context of eating mushy breakfast foods, despite what the insipid ramblings of Andi may say.

Likewise, using to write about your daughter, junk food preferences, and used car dealerships is Not Slang.
While randomly searching through the entries of, I hazarded upon a majority of entries by one "Andi" which clearly fall into the category of Not Slang. Thus, Andi should be tortured anally and killed for spreading her infectious stupidity around the web via the Andi Klan.
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An informal term that stands for or means something else than its literal meaning; a shorter way to say a word or phrase
by Tarboy9 April 18, 2015
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1. Or slangin; selling weed or cocaine or other drugs.

2. A guy having a big dick.
girlfriend: My last boyfriend was so slanging.
guy: Yeah I heard he was a dealer.
girl: Exactly......
by plasticlove January 09, 2005
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Portmanteau for the words : Short and LANGuage

Influenced by different languages, dialects, cultures, sayings, and on some occassions, tone or accent of a voice, the word SLANG caught on as a coined term during the late 80's in Atlanta, Georgia by Madamé Constable Charlotte Hemingsworth VIII as she was famous for speaking in a Southern accent and was too lax to complete phrases during normal conversations. She claims that it was for the purpose of concealing topics amongst close friends from eavesdropping citizens or members of the small community.
The community in these parts uses their own slang to confuse non-locals.
by Oxxy_Montalvy October 18, 2016
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