Pronounced 'idge' a suffix attached to almost any word. Invented in 1988. Whilst doing exhibition work we were asked to, "Go and put up the 'signage' to which we replied,
"And after that we are going to have some drinkage some clubbage and a bit of kebabage" Since then adding 'age' to the end of a word has spread impressively but now seems to be on the decline.
Kippage, drinkage, chatage, swimage etc etc
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Something that does not matter when selcting a mate.
I didn't know her age was only 12!
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Girl (14 years old)- Hey
Guy (18 years old)- Hey how old are you?
Girl- 14
Guy- good thing age is just a number
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By adding -age to the ends of random words-age, your vocabulary and knowledge of the English language seem-age to grow-age. Adding -age makes words more fun and original.
Gab: Can you email me the lab-age that I missed tonight?

Dini: Send me some prom pic-age!
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A suffix, which can be added to almost any word.

Such as "kickage", or "slayage", popularized by Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
I think that guy in class deserves much kickage.
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