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    • delete the picture
    • (v.) /dəˈlēt thə ˈpik(t)shər/
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    • A command sometimes issued at gunpoint to a man stupid and/or oblivious enough to take a photo of his female romantic companion while she's sleeping.

    Usage:

    Jake thought it would be cute to take a picture of Suzanne while she had bedhead, but he had to delete the picture, and he starts shaking whenever anyone brings it up.
    • Dicknanigans
    • (n.) /dikˈnanəɡənz/
    • An influential experimental theater piece in which two male performers dressed in spandex bodysuits take turns hitting each other in the groin as a powerful statement on modern existence.
    • don't hold me back
    • (v.) /dōnt hōld mē bak/
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    • A command typically issued to a friend during altercations when the combatant does, in fact, want to be held back but doesn't want to admit it.

    Usage:

    The key to successfully avoiding a club fight is to wink very slyly when you tell your friends, "Don't hold me back!"
    • donkey teeth
    • (n.) /ˈdängkē tēth/
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    • 1. The mouth bones of a domesticated pack animal, sometimes dipped in honey glaze, fried in fatback and served in an old tin coffee can as part of traditional soul food cuisine.2. (Donkey Teeth) A player for the West in the East/West College Bowl who graduated from Boise State University.

    Usage:

    Donkey teeth are an off-menu item at most soul food joints, which is unsurprising, considering that they're completely inedible.It's rumored that, though they're on the same team, Donkey Teeth and Swirvithan L'Goodling Splatt are engaged in a serious rivalry on and off the field.
    • dookie cloud
    • (n.) /do̅o̅'kē kloud/
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    • The resulting meteorological product of your dookie going into the sewer, then out into the ocean, then evaporating into the air. (See: dookie plant.)

    Usage:

    It's a little beautiful, but mostly just gross, to think about how most clouds are probably at least part dookie cloud.
    • dookie plant
    • (n.) /ˈdo͞okē ,plant/
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    • Any vegetation nourished by the result of someone's feces traveling through the sewers to the ocean, swimming with the dolphins, evaporating, forming a dookie cloud and then raining down. (See: dookie cloud.)

    Usage:

    Levi smoked too much again, so now he's going around telling everyone how every plant is really a dookie plant.
    • doughnut pit
    • (n.) /ˈdōˌnət pit/
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    • A deliciously indulgent delicacy crafted from the heart of the noble doughnut. (See: continental breakfast.)
    • Dr. Dreidel
    • (n.) /dŏk'tŏr drā'dəl/
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    • One half of the number one bar and bat mitzvah DJ/party motivation team in Nassau County. Competitors include The Bat Mizzles and Oys to Men. (See: Gafilta Fresh.)
    • draxx them sklounst
    • (n.) /drăks thĕm sklounst/
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    • What to do to terries on a plane.

    Usage:

    If any terries start causing problem on this flight, I will keep everyone safe and draxx them sklounst.
    • drop (hypotheticals)
    • (v.) /dräp ˌhīpəˈthedək(ə)lz/
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    • Apply anti-terry actions or activities to a terry's clavicle during combat. (See: terries.)

    Usage:

    All airlines nowadays have a strict "no froggy business" policy, and anyone planning to violate it should expect to have some hypotheticals dropped on his clavicle.
    • dubstep
    • (n.) /ˈdəbstep/
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    • A genre of electronic noise capable of causing madness, aggression and nosebleeds in its listeners (also considered music by some).