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    scray/amscray

    I'd like to know a bit more about the words (slangs?) SCRAY and AMSCRAY. Do both have the same meaning (GET THE HELL OUT OF HERE)? How careful do I have to be, when using them?

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    Re: scray/amscray

    Quote Originally Posted by beachboy View Post
    I'd like to know a bit more about the words (slangs?) SCRAY and AMSCRAY. Do both have the same meaning (GET THE HELL OUT OF HERE)? How careful do I have to be, when using them?
    I have never heard either one.

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    Re: scray/amscray

    'Amscray' is pig latin for 'scram'

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