American Slang - Randomly Chosen
Slang is informal, often entertaining, language

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  1. The skier was cruising down the hill

  2. I hear there is a kegger at John's house tonight.

  3. Who was that knockout I saw you with last Friday?

  4. Don't get so bent out of shape.

  5. You need to be more laid-back.

  6. He plays a mean violin.

  7. I have good vibes about our new secretary.

  8. Everything is in the bag. There is nothing to worry about.

  9. I listened to the joke twice, but I still don't get it.

  10. I am going to push off now.

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