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    • Sandra Bullockses
    • (n.) /ˈsandrə ˈbo͝oläksēz/
    • An actress who is universally loved and should 100% team up for a movie with The Hathaways. (See: The Hathaways.)

    Usage:

    The chemistry between Sandra Bullockses and Keanu Reeveses in "Speed" is positively explosive.
    • sexually
    • (adv.) /ˈseksh(əw)əlē/
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    • An emphatic addition to the end of a sentence meant to stress both that the preceding sentiment was intended as sexual innuendo and that the speaker has sexual relations with many partners on an everyday basis.

    Usage:

    My Canadian girlfriend visited me this past weekend, so needless to say, I hit that -- sexually.
    • slap-ass
    • (n.) /'slăp ,ăs/
    • 1. The athletic convention of slapping one's teammate on his/her buttock in a congratulatory manner.2. The unbeatable high associated with such a practice.
    • Star Magic Jackson Jr.
    • (n.) /stär ˈmajik ˈjaksən ˈjo͞onyər/
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    • The most prominent Hollywood sequel doctor of the 1980s, known primarily for his flamboyant fashion choices and his formative work on "Gremlins 2: The New Batch" and "Back to the Future Part III." (See: "Gremlins 2: The New Batch.")

    Usage:

    It was common knowledge in the 80s that if your studio was about to drop a deuce, you brought in Star Magic Jackson Jr. to add some spice to the mixture.
    • steampunk
    • (n.) /ˈstēmˌpəngk/
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    • A genre of fashion, literature and film inspired by Jules Verne and s**t.

    Usage:

    An easy way for beginners to get into steampunk is to just start gluing gears to their stuff.
    • Straight Tooken
    • (n.) /strāt ˈto͝okĭn/
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    • A classic film in which Liam Neesons uses his certain set of skills to jack up some Russians who took his daughter. (See: Liam Neesons.)

    Usage:

    True story: The first two times Jason saw "Straight Tooken," he was so blown away by Liam Neesons's performance that they made him leave the theater.