Based on Rudyard Kipling's poem to raise awareness of soldiers returning home from war unable to secure employment. Soldiers of great misfortune.Cherry Ripe, Chicken Colonel, Gravel Pounder, Grunt, Infantry Man, Leatherneck
altercation, art of eight limbs, assail, assault, attack, battle, battle royal, beat down, beat up, blows, bout, bout it bout it, box, brawl, buck up, challenge, combat, dogfight, duel, fight, fist fight, fisticuffs, fist to cuffs, fence, feud, fracas, ground and pound, hand to hand combat, joust, kick, kickbox, knocked the fuck out, KTFO, liver punch, liver shot, MMA, match, melee, mix martial arts, muay thai, physical encounter, ruckus, rumble, rumble in the jungle, scrap, scrimmage, scuffle, skirmish, shoot the fade, spar, split wigs, throw bows, throw hands, throw them bows, throwing bows, tiff, TKO, tussle, war, worldstar, wrestle
Source: 1909 Victorian Slang A young Jewish woman from the common area of Wentworth Street in London. A combination of the neighborhood Rebeccas and Deborahs used satirically, e.g., ‘The bexandebs are in full feather— it’s Pentecost Shobboth!’Bagel baby, Brat Miztvah beast, J.A.P., Jewess
She's gorgeous, smart and stacked like an amazon. Brigette Bardot was one of hollywood's bodacious bombshells.
bazookas, bee stings, boobies, boobs, bosom, breasteses, breasts, bust, chest, chichis, chi chis, fun bags, honkers, jugs, knockers, mammories, mammory glands, milkers, pirate's dream, sunken chest, T and A, ta-tas, teats, tetas, the girls, tig o bitties, titties, tits, t&a, udders
Imagine what a bucket of smashed bottom-feeding crabs look like? Now put a dress, hooker heels and a few ribbons on it and viola! It's still human, though.Airedale, Backlight Barbie, Badger, Bag, Bag of Smacked twats, Battle, Beagle, Beastie, Biffer, Blind Cobblers Thumb, Blister, Bloak, Blockamore, Boiler, Booga-wolf, Booger, Bow wow, Bowser, Bucket of Smashed Crabs, Butterface, Cooze/ cozy, Cronk, Deuce, Dingo, Double bagger, Drack/ Drac, Eye patch candy, Frankenslut, Frowsy, Frump, Genda, GermanAunt, Gremlin, Grizzly Chicken, Grunt, Hag, Hagalar, Hard Leg, Hatched Face, Hedgehog, Heifer, Hide, Medusa, Meeskite, Mona, Moose, Mud Puppy, Mullion, M
She was the idealized American girl or "It girl" of the 1890's. She's dressed in a high neck bodice with puffy sleeves and a long flared skirt tightly fitted around her waistline. She is blessed with a sexy, hourglass figure and dresses with a corset and upswept hairdo with flowing curls. Based on the drawings of Charles Gibson, a Life magazine illustrator who drew silhouettes of beauty and femininity in the American woman.Around the way girl, Aurfael, B-girl, Babe, Beauty, Beauty Queen, Bene mort, Best built, Bit of crackling, Black stallion, Bombshell, Charmer, Chicken dinner, Classis chassis, Chromaz, Cold blooded, Crumpet, Cutie, Cutie pie, Dime piece, Doll, Drop dead gorgeous, Eye candy, Flapper girl, Flower, Fox, Foxy, Gobbleprick, Goddess, Hot mama, Hot stuff, Hottie, It girl, Knockout, Looker, Shana maidel, Sexy Sadie, Slim, Vixen, Winner, Zaftig, Zoftig
an affectionate term of adrs.
Shes the backstreet wife of a cheating husband.Concubine, Courtesan, Deminmonde, Grass Widow, Hogans Goat, Kept Woman, Light Horse, Mistress, Spare Rib, The Other Woman
She's a virtuous woman who is righteous in the Lord. She's a loving wife, nurturing mother, a smart shopper, a seamstress and gardener. Her husband adores and praises her for she is worthy of his praises.