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warsh, verb /warr-sh/
A common mispronunciation of the simple word "Wash."
It appears you have a stain we'll need to warsh out from your yard dart expedition.
Added on May 16, 2011 by Anonymous

whatchamacallit /what-cha-ma-call-it/
When describing an item of an unknown title, such as a doodad, this phrase is used to make the sentence sound less silly, fully completed, and educated.
I was working on the whatchamacallit right before the pistons blew.
Added on May 8, 2011 by Terra M.

whipper-snappers /hwip-er-snap-ers/
Members of youth. Typically those who are obnoxious or neglect authority or courtesy for others.
Added on May 8, 2011 by danielslaughter

whipper-snappers, noun /hwip-er-snap-ers/
An arrogant or ornery young person Usually the partially grow up version of a little bugger.
That dang whipper-snapper threw my newspaper right threw a window and didn't even apologize!
Added on October 7, 2011 by Brent

willy nilly
In a sloppy, unprepared fashion.
I'm not just going to go out and buy a car all willy nilly.
Added on May 12, 2011 by Anonymous

yardarts, noun /yar-d dar-ts/
A game commonly played by children and cocktail induced adults where colorful circles would be placed or drawn in the grass, and sharp dangerous dart like objects were thrusted at those circles in hopes to make it inside them for points. YarDarts have since been discontinued, in the classic fashion, due to their sharp dangerous components.
You should come over for our cocktail party this weekend, Jane. It'll be a gay old time as we'll be playing YarDarts until someone pokes an eye out.
Added on April 17, 2012 by danielslaughter

you're a trip, phrase
You're a bizarre individual.
Added on July 9, 2011 by Turner

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