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Flatulence: the presence of too much gas or air in the stomach or intestines. The action would be flatulate: To emit digestive gases from the anus, especially with accompanying sound. Fart is the slang form.
Or they could be a celibater...
What could be better for such a person than spank-blanker? Nothing, it seems.
On this link What English sounds like to people who don't speak it there is a comprehensive list of people speaking fake English on video. The Swedish clip (the second video) imitates the deep southern drawl of Mississippi or Georgia. I'm guessing it's one of the two, perhaps someone who is American can confirm. Although the entire sketch is lightly ...
The simplest term would be "insult": insult — be offensive to somebody: to say or do something rude or insensitive that offends somebody If you walk into a room and insult someone, it is unlikely that you will have insulted the entire room unless you used inappropriate language (or the bystanders were insulted through association.) A more ...
Saffer's are expats and nothing more. Its a term given to those south africans with no intention of coming back.
Another way of saying to business people is: Do due diligence. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Due_diligence
Swearing: A Social History of Foul Language, Oaths, and Profanity in English by Geoffrey Hughes It's a pretty good source of information. Here is a link to it on Amazon.com
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