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doughboy, adjective
A member of youth, particular a boy, who expresses his weight in the upper bounds of chubbiness. Derived from the Pillsbury Dough Boy.
I do not need another doughnut as the other kids on the playground already think I'm a doughboy as it is.
Added on May 8, 2011 by John S.

doughboy, noun
Soldiers found particularly in World War I, however the name originates from the Mexican-American War of 1846. The term lost popularity after World War II due to the acceptance of other terms such as G.I., troop, and dogface.
That doughboy is a fine piece of meat.
Added on May 9, 2011 by Nick N.

drive-in, noun
A live-action movie theater located outside where participants would park their vehicles in a field and watch a movie projected on a big screen from the comfort of their vehicles' upholstery.
My old-man just let me borrow his new 43' Chevrolet Truck, so lets head to the drive-in and show it off.
Added on May 10, 2011 by danielslaughter

dungarees, noun /dun-ga-rees/
Heavy denim pants or overalls worn as work clothing.
Nothing protects old, pasty, white legs like a pair of dungarees.
Added on May 10, 2011 by Anonymous

egg in face
Being proven wrong against recent statements you stated as fact.
I don't want to get egg in face for sticking up for you again, boy. Just stop shooting Miss Jillian's cat with your BB gun or I'll have to belt you.
Added on May 11, 2011 by danielslaughter

fair to middling, phrase
About average; adequate; acceptable
Hank: How are you feeling after the knee surgery? Joe: Oh, fair to middling. I can walk to work now again, but can't quite run. I never run anyway.
Added on May 10, 2011 by Ken Clinkenbeard

fancy, verb /fan-see/
To admire or take interest in.
I quite fancy your slacks as they have nice buckles.
Added on November 1, 2011 by danielslaughter

floozie, noun /flew-zee/
A woman with loose sexual preferences.
Did you see that floozie working on the corner back there? Tragic.
Added on May 12, 2011 by Anonymous

folks, noun
Parents, or a large demographic group of people.
My folks often don't like girls coming over late at night.
Added on May 8, 2011 by danielslaughter

for the birds, phrase
An expression or phrase representing a topic of interest or current environment is bunk or disapproving.
Painting Jimmy's old-man's fence, just because we kicked his sister's cat, is for the birds.
Added on August 18, 2011 by danielslaughter

French tickle, noun
A ribbed rubber.
Me and the misses bought French tickles from the dime store for our hanky panky extravaganza.
Added on July 9, 2011 by Turner

gallivant, verb /gall-e-vant/
Go around from one place to another in the pursuit of pleasure or entertainment (implies slight ostentation).
She ran out of cash whilst gallivanting around the globe and had to be an au pair in Denmark for a stretch.
Added on May 10, 2011 by Ken Clinkenbeard

gams, noun /gams/
A person's legs, usually an attractive woman's.
Oi, would you take a gander at that doll's gams.
Added on September 16, 2013 by Joe

garments, noun
Garments, also known as under garments, are any type of underwear typically worn by women.
Added on May 8, 2011 by danielslaughter

gee whiskers willy, phrase
A synonym to common day phrases such as "wow," "that's great," and "that just blew my mind."
Boy gee whiskers willy, that Red Ryder sure looks grand!
Added on May 8, 2011 by John S.

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