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

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  1. The gut issue is about what we are going to do now.

  2. If you don't slow down, you're going to buy it in a car accident.

  3. I always seem to have a blimp sitting next to me when I travel.

  4. My car was totaled in the accident with the garbage truck.

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

  6. Her boyfriend has deep pockets.

  7. That is a really grungy jacket.

  8. That was a hairy plane trip. I am glad the storm is over.

  9. Let's go to the restaurant and pig out.

  10. You are always acting goofy these days.

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