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  • The 38 most amazing vulgar slang terms from colonial times

    WARNING: And they do mean vulgar.....

    Sorry kids; ADULTS ONLY.

    http://www.dailydot.com/lol/18th-19t...nr=cheezburger

    On the plus side, Howard's always looking to expand his vocabulary.

    Have a look whilst sluicing' yer gob.


    And as a JTRForums bonus:
    http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/5402...lcome_stranger

    From this last reference:
    ALDGATE. A draught on the pump at Aldgate; a bad bill
    of exchange, drawn on persons who have no effects of the
    drawer.

    WHITECHAPEL. Whitechapel portion; two smocks, and what nature gave. Whitechapel breed; fat, ragged, and saucy: see ST. GILES'S BREED. Whitechapel beau; one who dresses with a needle and thread, and undresses with a knife. To play at whist Whitechapel fashion; i.e. aces and kings first.
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