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Wednesday’s Urban Word of the Week – Elevator List

Definition:  A list of all the people that you’re allowed to have sex with if you ever get stuck in an elevator with them.

I’ll show you mine my list if you show me yours…

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Wednesday Urban Word of the Week – Swamp Donkey

Definition:  A hard-up very unattractive girl that hangs around in bars/clubs waiting to sexually assult males who are too drunk to defend themselves or know better.

Question – Is this where the term “swamp ass” came from?

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Wednesday’s Urban Word of the Week – Social Poaching

Definition:  When a friend or acquaintance mines your social network, without permission, for friends or romantic partners.

Here is an interesting CNN article on the phenomenon called When ‘social poachers’ snatch your friends.

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Wednesday’s Urban Word of the Week – Poopular

Definition:  Adjective meaning popular on the outside, poopy on the inside.

Example: Everybody likes Evenia (my aunt, in case you are wondering) but really, she is such an asshole.  I guess she’s just poopular?!?

Sorry for all the poop posts this week… I have no idea what that is all about.

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Wednesday’s Urban Word of the Week – Flojectile

Definition:  The bits of food matter that fly onto your mirror while flossing your teeth.

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Wednesday’s Urban Word of the Week: Nom Nom Nom

Definition:  The soundtrack to this photo…

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Wednesday’s Urban Word of the Week: Gothopotamus

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