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Meaning of LAUGH AND JOKE

LAUGH AND JOKE means: Laugh and joke is London Cockney rhyming slang for smoke.

Meaning of LAUGH AND TITTER

LAUGH AND TITTER means: Laugh and titter is London Cockney rhyming slang for bitter (beer).

Meaning of LAUGH AT THE CARPET

LAUGH AT THE CARPET means: Laugh at the carpet is American slang for to vomit.

Meaning of LAUGH AT THE LAWN

LAUGH AT THE LAWN means: Laugh at the lawn is American slang for to vomit.

Meaning of LAUGH AT YOUR SHOES

LAUGH AT YOUR SHOES means: Laugh at your shoes is American slang for to vomit.

Meaning of LAUGH OUT OF THE OTHER CORNER OF THE MOUTH

LAUGH OUT OF THE OTHER CORNER OF THE MOUTH means: Laugh out of the other corner of the Mouth is slang for to feel regret, vexation, or disappointment after hilarity or exaltation.

Meaning of LAUGH OUT OF THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUTH

LAUGH OUT OF THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUTH means: Laugh out of the other side of the Mouth is slang for to feel regret, vexation, or disappointment after hilarity or exaltation.

Meaning of LAUGHING BOY

LAUGHING BOY means: Laughing boy is British slang for a morose, sullen or serious−looking person. Laughing boy is British slang for someone who is offensively cheerful.

Meaning of LAUGHING GAS

LAUGHING GAS means: Laughing Gas is slang for nitrous oxide.

Meaning of LAUGHING GEAR

LAUGHING GEAR means: Laughing gear is British slang for the mouth.

Slang words, phrases and definitions

Meaning of Xxxxx

Xxxxx means: Xxxx

Meaning of Traipses

Traipses means:

Meaning of Frajo

Frajo means:

Meaning of Mug match

Mug match means: ?

Meaning of poofer

poofer means: meaning marijuana cigarettr

Meaning of cushion

cushion means:

Meaning of

means: A gram of herion. Will he do a jab for $70.00?

Meaning of MOZZY

MOZZY means: MONEY OVER ZERRY ZANG YUNGIN - Mozzy bitch

Meaning of MOZZY

MOZZY means: MONEY OVER ZERRY ZANG YUNGIN - Mozzy bitch

Meaning of

means: Surely "I don't know"(quad erat demonstrandum apparently)

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