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  1. mohammad
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    Meaning

    Hello

    Dear teacher

    What do these mean?

    1)Don't wig?

    2)I'm sorry the honeymoon sucked

    3)Gackknifed big rig?

    4)Fat head

    5)Peewee(what does it mean if it is used for calling a grownup person

    6)You bet your ass you did

    7)To give up your grazing rights(what dose grazing right mean?)

    8)Grazer(in reference to upper sentence please)

    9)Bogus roster

    10)Did she ever hook up with that yahoo?(in this sentence what do hook up and yahoo mean?)

    11)I'm kind of tired

    Best wishes

  2. #2

    Re: Meaning


    don't wig
    - without the conext you found it in it's really hard to guess.
    don't talk, don't chatter, take it easy, don't stress yourself out.
    2)I'm sorry the honeymoon sucked - was no good.
    3)Gackknifed big rig? - rig can be a truck or a drug needle, no clue about "gecknifed"
    4)Fat head - dumb person, bonehead, an idiot
    5)Peewee - small in size
    6)You bet your ass you did - you bet you did.
    7)To give up your grazing rights(what dose grazing right mean?) - again, I wouldn't know for sure:
    to graze means to eat prison food, they take your food away from you as punishment?
    I was thinking it would likely mean that someone has rights to his own space/area..?
    8)Grazer - person that eats prison food, person that is in charge of a certain area???
    10)Did she ever hook up with that yahoo? - did she get together with that idiot.
    11)I'm kind of tired - you really don't know that one?

    Mohammad, maybe it's a good idea to start with some basic down to earth stuff so at least you have some idea what #11 means?

  3. #3

    Re: Meaning

    kind of/ kinda = to some extent, in a way.

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