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Codclamit,  Codclam, codclam right, codclam the torpedoes, codclam well, give a codclam #SlipperyCuss You better believe I codclam went there! I really can't remember who came up with this word, but I know I didnt' I wish I could give them credit where credit is due. Here is another word which have

Blow it out your gills!

Ah, Blow it out your gills! Go blow it out your gills! #SlipperyPhrase Originally I thought about categorizing this phrase under #SlipperyPhrase, however it is used in a very angry context. Therefore, it almost made it into our dictionary in the #SlipperyCuss section. There is the sense of trying to help the

Let’s talk about the birds and the fish.

  #SlipperyLuv Talk about the Birds and the Fish. Ever wonder where the birds and the bees come from? I never understood it. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ According to Wiki: "The birds and the bees" is an English-language idiomatic expression and euphemism that refers to courtship and sexual intercourse. The "birds and the bees talk" is generally the event


  #SlipperyCuss Shell, Shell yeah, (oh) shell no, (Oh) Shellfish no, Hotter than shell (fish), be shell on, for the shell of it, get /catch shell, give someone shell, go to shell in a coral basket, shell on fins, like shell, Like shell it won't! Let's go ahead and talk about another favorite


Coddamnit, coddamit, Coddamn, coddamn, coddamn right, coddamn the torpedoes, coddamn well, give a coddamn #SlipperyCuss Come on, yell it at the top of your lungs! You know you want to. It's probably Jae's favorite cuss word at conventions and libraries. Take a 'codfish' minus the 'fish' and slap it in front of


LMTO Come on, talk fishy to me! Whisper it in my ear. Perhaps you might yell it at the top of your texting. There's a chance you use it in good humor or enlightened someone in the fine art of sarcasm. Let's dive into the world of #SlipperyPhrase because it makes

Let’s talk fish

Let's Talk Fish? "Profanity, as defined by Merriam-Webster, is "an offensive word" or "offensive language".[1] It is also called bad language, strong language, coarse language, foul language, bad words, vulgar language, lewd language, swearing, cursing, cussing, or using expletives. This use is a subset of a language's lexicon that is generally