Commonly-Used American Slang - Page 14

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pad
Have you found a pad yet?

pain in the neck
My wife's best friend is a pain in the neck.

paper-pusher
My office is filled with paper-pushers.

party animal
You're too old to be a party animal.

party-hearty
We need to party-hearty because we just got a raise in salary.

paw
Get your paws off of my body.

peanuts
I am not going to work for peanuts.

pickled
He gets pickled after only one beer.

piece of cake
Working on a computer for me is a piece of cake.

pig
He is a pig at parties.

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

pit stop
Let's make a pit stop at the next rest area.

plastered
He drinks too much and is always plastered on the weekend.

pooped out
He pooped out after we started to do the hard work.

pop
Shut up or I will pop you.
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