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s'all good - "It's all good." Used either when things are going well, or sarcastically when things are going terribly.

e.g., Yeah, I have three papers due tomorrow morning. And, yeah, I get off work at 11 tonight. But, hey, s'all good.

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s'bux - Shortened version of "Starbucks," the ubercafe of choice.

e.g., I'm going to grab a latte at s'bux. You want anything?

submitted by Diane Firstman

s'collar ly - Pertaining to religious writings, especially those of the collared clergy.

e.g., Teacher: Why in the world is your term paper on "The Evolution of Hominids" filled with so many "begats?" Beecher: Well, you told us you wanted it written s'collar ly!

submitted by Charlie Lesko

s'go - Short for "Let's go." Made famous by Dale Gribble from the cartoon "King of the Hill."

e.g., The cops are comin! S'go S'go!

submitted by Cricket Davis

s'mars - A softened Mars candy bar smooshed between two graham crackers.

e.g., The treat called s'mores are definitely retro, while the newer s'Mars, are really far out.

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s'more phine - A chocolate confectionery that is both narcotic and highly addictive.

e.g., Recipe for your home kitchen lab. Take one graham cracker. Slowly melt a marshmallow on top of the cracker. Carefully immerse the combination in melted Hershey's milk chocolate. Caution: handle the finished s'more phine with much respect -- one bite and you may be hooked forever.

submitted by charlie lesko

s'ok - "It's OK."

e.g., When Joe-Bob apologized for missing Bob-Joe's birthday, Bob-Joe just said, "S'ok."

submitted by jason

s'sup - A greeting, like "S'up," but cooler.

e.g., S'sup. What's new?

submitted by Renee

s'truth - Australian exclamation of surprise or disgust.

e.g., "S'truth, she's hot!"

submitted by Comco

s'up - Short version of "What's up?" Usually stated forcefully, not with an inflected, questioning final syllable.

e.g., Ken, s'up?

submitted by Linda Holt

s'wonderful - 'S wonderful. It's wonderful. George & Ira Gershwin.

e.g., S' wonderful! S' marvelous! That you should care for me! S' awful nice! S' paradise! S' what I love to see!

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s-ass - Short Attention Span Syndrome. A condition of those who are continually plugged-in -- and subject to being interrupted at any time by the most trivial matters.

e.g., "I'm sorry, did I hear you right? Michelle died of S-ASS? How's that possible?" "Well, as you might know, she got an Android smartphone last August so she could be plugged in all the time to her social networks---" "Sure, I knew. She said so on her MySpace account. But how did that kill her?" "She was driving about 85 mph on a crooked road when her smartphone signaled her that something new had happened. Rather than pull off the road before checking what it was, she hardly slowed down as she looked from the road to her phone. Thus diverted from what was going on in the road in front of her to what was going on in her social network, she ran into a herd of goats crossing the road. Killed about 20 goats before she lost control and went over the side of the mountain." "Pity about Michelle, isn't?" "Yes, but I see it as Darwin at work."

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s-bomb - Shit. Added because POTUS accidentally misspoke during a press briefing regarding the budget he submitted to Congress a couple of days ago. "obama: '. . . bring annual domestic spending to its lowest sh** -- lowest share [of] the economy since Dwight Eisenhower.'

e.g., You have to wonder, don't you, if there was something Freudian when obama let the s-bomb slip out this morning.

submitted by HD Fowler - (www)

s-cubed - S^3, from Skanky Sea Smell, something that reminds you of that unsavoury aroma created by a beach full of kelp and dead fish.

e.g., "No way am I eating this this paella-it's S-cubed."

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s-l-easy - Easily sleazy.

e.g., Art: Seeya later, I'm going to the pub. Bart: Take it S-L-easy!

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s-squared, d- squared - Expression or shorthand meaning "same stuff, different day."

e.g., Tim: How's it going, man? Bill: Oh, you know: S squared, D- squared.

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s. other - Read the guidelines, Danny. What are you, anyway -- a fifth grader. Yours is the type of unwanted submittal that makes me want to publish your e-mail address. It's against our policy to do that. However, I'm the one who makes the policy -- and I can override it any time I choose to. So, for the first time ever -- a submitter's e-mail address. {Duplicate.}


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s.e.p. field - From Douglas Adams' Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Phenomenon in books and movies where the populace at large completely ignores something strange and otherwise very noticeable, because it's only of concern to the main characters.

e.g., Ed: There's a giant bat flying above New York. Nobody noticed? Ted: SEP Field.

submitted by Andy

s/he - Way to refer to a person of unknown gender, formerly "he/she."

e.g., If s/he wants to become a firefighter, then s/he must be able to lift 150 lbs. without assistance.

submitted by Susan

s2 - Brown-eyed, sweet, cute, hot chick that lives in, oh yeah! Canada. Men have been known to go 5000 miles to see an s2.

e.g., "Let's head up to Ontario this weekend to check out some s2." "Mark, now that sounds like a plan!"

submitted by John

sa - Military acronym for "situational anaylsis": one's awareness of her surroundings and potential hazards in the vicinity at the moment.

e.g., Mark, check your SA.

submitted by Lizzy Kate

sabi yo - A greeting using "sabi" as a variation of the popular "wasabi"and "yo" as the general term for the person being greeted. A handshake usually follows.

e.g., Friend walks into room: "Penguinn, sabi yo?"

submitted by Penguinn

sabotoss - (rhymes with 'cab-oh-loss; v.) 1. to protest someone's position, agenda, or actions by throwing shoes at them (that is, the person, speaker, representative, totem, whatever); (n.) 2. the act or practice of protesting by throwing shoes. [from_sabotage_, which itself derives from the old French _sabot_ 'wooden shoes' + _toss_, playing on muntadar al-zaidi's heaving his shoes at US President George W. Bush in December of 2008 at a press conference in Iraq.]

e.g., The major's speech at the disabled veterans meeting was interrupted by a bunch of geriatric hippies sabotossing and singing "give peace a chance." It made for a pretty funny floor show actually, and the veterans attending were laughing too hard to get angry. The major joked that the hippies should be invited back next year for the 'second annual sabotoss." Unfortunately, the 60s have not been kind to the oldsters, who, the next morning, did not remember sabotossing the meeting.

submitted by Scott M. Ellsworth

sacagrub - Dental floss, toothpick, something that removes food particles from teeth.

e.g., As she finished her meal she asked the waitress for a sacagrub so she wouldn't have to brush her teeth.

submitted by Carmen

sacajuajian - Saca-JEW-AGe-In. Sweet or awesome.

e.g., Hey, mate, that's sacajuajian.

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sacerdotalism - "Religious belief emphasizing the powers of priests as essential mediators between God and humankind." | "A belief that priests can act as mediators between human beings and God." | Ambrose Bierce: Sacerdotalist: "One who holds the belief that a clergyman is a priest. Denial of this momentous doctrine is the hardest challenge that is now flung into the teeth of the Episcopalian Church by the Neo-Dictionarians." | Definition of sacerdotalist from Collins English Dictionary: (Christianity) a person who advocates or defends the principles, methods, etc, of the priesthood

e.g., "H. L. Mencken quote: 'It was morality that burned the books of the ancient sages, and morality that halted the free inquiry of the Golden Age and substituted for it the credulous imbecility of the Age of Faith. It was a fixed moral code and a fixed theology which robbed the human race of a thousand years by wasting them upon alchemy, heretic-burning, witchcraft and sacerdotalism.'" |

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sack up - To gain bravery, or be outgoing in manner. Frequently used in the army.

e.g., Private Wilkinson, you had best sack up and jump out of this airplane.

submitted by Dick

sackmull - To eat the food unit by putting the whole thing in the mouth, specifically spelling out that nothing is left in the hands or utensils.

e.g., Even the biggest strawberries in this package are small enough to be sackmulled.

submitted by MD Caruso

sacradelicious - A joke or comment (especially in relation to religion) that, while in poor taste, is still exceedingly funny.

e.g., Heard any good sacradelicious jokes lately? There's been a dearth of them lately since the pedophile priest uproar has died down a bit.

submitted by Prophet

sacred cow - Transitive verb: to sacred cow. To be used when religion is used to cow someone into submission, especially when the sacred cower is Islamic and the sacred cowee is not.

e.g., What I see is politically motivated behavior, an insensitivity on the part of a muslim woman to the cultural heritage of the American West. I see yet another attempt by CAIR to sacred cow the American kafir into submission.

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