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    Default What does "twatage" mean?

    Hey there. I looked up the meaning everywhere, I googled it several times but I couldn't find the meaning of it.

    What does "twatage" mean?

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    Default Re: What does "twatage" mean?

    Context? Because the only reference I could find remotely close to it is "twat", and that's not a word you want to use.

    PS: I found this reference: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=twatage. Keep in mind that urbandictionary.com deals mainly with slang/informal language.
    Last edited by charliedeut; 01-Aug-2013 at 11:18. Reason: added PS
    Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.

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    Default Re: What does "twatage" mean?

    A slang coinage that I suspect is not destined to survive. It refers to how much textile material is covering a woman's private parts.

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    Default Re: What does "twatage" mean?

    strange but interesting slang

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    Default Re: What does "twatage" mean?

    Hi i want to ask if is this sentence right: "your favorite tweaks across the globe"

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    Default Re: What does "twatage" mean?

    your favorite tweaks across the globe
    It's not a sentence, but it's OK as a phrase. In most contexts, it should start with a capital letter.

    Please start a new thread for a different question.

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    Default Re: What does "twatage" mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by probus View Post
    A slang coinage that I suspect is not destined to survive. It refers to how much textile material is covering a woman's private parts.
    It could also be used to assess how much stupidity was involved in something- I have heard it used this way in the UK.

    In BrE, tw*t as a verb can mean hit someone, so it could be used to describe a level of violence, I suppose,l though I haven't heard this used.

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    Default Re: What does "twatage" mean?

    I agree with the level of stupidity suggestion. The word "twat" is slang for both a vagina and an idiot. It's used more commonly for the latter meaning and, in that context, in BrE, I would say it's not considered particularly offensive. I call people twats all the time - bad drivers, people who don't say "Thank you" when I hold a door open for them, my flatmate when he makes a really bad joke. On that basis, I would understand and accept "He's demonstrating a high level of twatage today". I might even spell it "twattage". I don't know. I've never written it down! I can also imagine something like "What a load of old twatage", rather than "a load of old rubbish/twaddle".
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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