New Phrases I've Learned

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    Eating the clown for breakfast
    Expression used when someone is being funny... If I made a joke, someone would say: "Britt ate the clown for breakfast."
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    Footery
    When something is a hassle and more work that it needs to be
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    JOHN WAYNE... Or just: WAYNE
    Basically means "cool story, bro"
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    D-E-D
    That's how you say someone is really truly "dead"
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    Rubbish
    The rubbish man comes and picks up the rubbish that falls off the grapefruit tree and takes it away in his rubbish truck. Rubbish isn't just a British term... Hawaiians use the term for trash/garbage/pollution/etc.
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    Bad Taste Party
    A costume party where you wear the ugliest things you own. Or weird combos. You just wear the weirdest things.
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    Speak of her in high notes 🎶
    Basically "they speak highly of her"
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    An apple and an egg
    Something is cheap. "You wouldn't believe how much I got that watch for! It was an apple and an egg!"
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    So Dicks (or So Dix)
    When someone says something over the top and uncalled for. Ex: Bobby takes a bite out of Britt's sandwich and puts it back in the fridge. "So Dicks, Bobby!!"
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    The Aughts
    When you refer to the 2000s, you call it the aughts. (Same goes for 1900-1909, 1800-1809...etc). Basically when there's a "0" in the tens.