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Advanced Deck 2

Total: 18 words

groupie

noun

initially was used to refer to a girl who trades her sexual availability to rock musicians in exchange for hanger-on status; today, it more commonly refers to a female fan who follows musicians or celebrities around

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homeboy / homegirl

noun

a very close male or female friend

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cahoots

noun

in cahoots with; conspiring or planning with someone

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joe / cup of joe

noun

coffee

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check, please!

phrase

used as a humorous suggestion that a conversation is at an end

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kegger

noun

a party with a generous supply of beer

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killing

noun

a great financial success

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looker

noun

an attractive person

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knuckle sandwich

noun

a punch in the mouth

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metalhead

noun

a lover of heavy metal music and the attendant lifestyle

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wanker

noun

a jerk or a stupid person

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mocktail

noun

a non-alcoholic version of a cocktail

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Daisy Dukes

noun

very short and very tight shorts; named after a character on the unforgettable television program Dukes of Hazzard

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on the rocks

phrase

used of a drink, served over ice

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play hooky

verb

to absent yourself from school or work

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motormouth

noun

someone who talks without end, or when it would be better not to talk

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screw around

verb

to fool around; to waste time

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tea

noun

the best kind of gossip, typically shared between friends

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