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    • tackle and grapple
    • (n.) /ˈtak(ə)l and ˈɡrapəl/
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    • A style of Brazilian jujitsu pioneered by Doug Duggart in which combatants are encouraged to throw their opponents to the ground and cover them in a cuddle-like fashion.

    Usage:

    I tried using tackle and grapple to fend off some muggers the other day, and I got the crap beaten out of me.
    • Taiwan Lannisters
    • (n.) /tīwŏn lănĭstərs/
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    • A "Game of Thrones" character who was killed by his own son.

    Usage:

    I screamed so loud when they killed Taiwan Lannisters.
    • terrierist
    • (n.) /ˈterēərəst/
    • A dog enthusiast and occasional canine fiction writer whose emails and phone calls are monitored closely by the CIA.

    Usage:

    Everyone's on high alert: The Westminster Dog Show is this weekend, and it's sure to be a hotbed of terrierist activity.
    • terries
    • (pl. n.) /'tĕrēz/
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    • Terrorists, particularly those trying to get froggy on a plane and basically asking to get hypotheticaled in the clavicle.

    Usage:

    If there are any terries aboard this plane, I'm equipped, prepared and ready to draxx them sklounst.
    • That would be my s**t.
    • (n.) /thăt wo͝od bē mī shĭt/
    • The prospect of racist-ass Melly Gibsons co-starring in a movie with Jesus. (See: Melly Gibsons.)

    Usage:

    What if Melly Gibsons and Jesus fought crime in 80s L.A. together? That would be my s**t.
    • the 'mat
    • (n.) /thə mat/
    • A colloquial abbreviation for the neighborhood laundromat, a local hangout spot that pales in comparison to the infinitely more fun barbershop.

    Usage:

    We'll probably all go hang out at the barbershop this weekend, not the 'mat – because the 'mat is not a thing, and we're out of quarters anyway.
    • The Dinkles
    • (n.) /thə dĭnk’ls/
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    • A "Game of Thrones" character whom no one can kill.

    Usage:

    I bet The Dinkles will be on the show forever because he’s never gonna die.
    • The Hathaways
    • (n.) /thə ˈhathəwāz/
    • An actress (also known as Annie Hathaways) best known for her work in such films as "Nicholas Nickleby," "Les Miserables" and "The Princess Diaries: Royal Engagement" whom people are always hating on.

    Usage:

    How can one, in good conscience, hate on The Hathaways after seeing "Rachel Getting Married," though?
    • The Lion King
    • (n.) /thə līon kĭng/
    • An animated animal-based film that can easily become a metaphor for African politics.

    Usage:

    I wasn't that into the guy I was talking to until he brilliantly compared the crisis in South Sudan to The Lion King.
    • the shining
    • (n.) / thə shīnĭng/
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    • The ability two black people have to communicate telepathically around white people.

    Usage:

    I don't want anyone else in the office to hear our lunch plans, so let's make them silently, using the shining.
    • these nuts
    • (n.) /thēz nəts/
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    • The least funny joke ever devised, constructed by taking a speaker's sentence and reworking it to suggest that the joke teller has place his testicles on the speaker's chin.

    Usage:

    Before the big presentation, Charlene tried to tell Max that he had chocolate all over his face, but he just responded by saying that these chocolate nuts were all over her chin, so good luck with that presentation, Max.
    • Thomas Jefferson
    • (n.) /ˈtŏmăs ˈjĕfərsŏn/
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    • The third president of the U.S. and the ancestor of almost every black American, according to Ancestry.com.

    Usage:

    If there’s anything that makes me feel connected to other black people, it’s that we all share Thomas Jefferson as an ancestor.
    • tiny plum
    • (n.) /tīnē plŭm/
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    • A grape. (See: continental breakfast.)

    Usage:

    Nothing pairs better with a doughnut pit than a bunch of tiny plums.