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(Interjection, Verb, Noun.)/Slang. -
1.(When used as an interjection)- A word that means whatever you want it to mean, because it really doesn't mean anything. It is used because it is fun to say. Can be used as a way to greet people, as a way to express frustration, excitement, surprise, or used randomly for no apparent reason, or when you have nothing else to say or can't think of anything else to say. Also spelled as "dickem dockom".
2. (When used as a verb) - Is said in the form of "dick & dock" or "dick & docked" for past tense. It is less frequently used as a verb than as a interjection, but if you want to use it as a verb, go ahead. Again, it can mean whatever you want it to mean. It is commonly used to refer sexual behavoir or just wasting time.
3. (When used as a noun.) - Is said in the form of "dickem dock". Usually meant as an insult to another person. It could also be used to mean buddy or pal. But it can mean many other things because, again, it can mean whatever you want it to mean.
1. Teacher - Do you see any danger in adopting the sociological perspective too intensely? Ex: if we say society is at work, all choices on how to live, what becomes a personal responsibility for our actions?
Student - Ummmmm...dickem dockem.
2. All she wanted to do was dick & dock.
3. Hey dickem dock, gimme all your lunch money.
by yoyoyo696969 March 14, 2008
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