International English

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Tue Apr 6 00:29:19 UTC 2010

Cf W(h)ack off?

It is also the case that virtually any verb meaning 'hit' can be used figuratively as a sort of  euphemism for 'fuck'. The use of "whack" for 'fuck' is predictable, hence uninteresting.
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-----Original Message-----
From: Wilson Gray <hwgray at GMAIL.COM>
Date:         Mon, 5 Apr 2010 13:04:17
Subject:      [ADS-L] International English

>From The Urban Dictionary:

"Verb: to have sex with, to fuck.

"(East) Belfast[, Northern Ireland] slang, often an insensitive and
vulgar synonym of love-making.
" 'Here, mate! you_whack_ that dirt last night?' "

Heard on the Jerry Springer Show:

Twenty-ish, black male speaker from New Orleans:

"After Katrina, ..., I lost my virginity and I started going around
trying to_whack_ everything in Texas!"

I didn't research every meaning of_w[h]ack_ in the UD, but, of a
couple of dekkids of cites each, the one from Belfast is the only one
that had the same meaning as the example from the speaker from New

BTW, one of the_wack_ cites claimed that "whack" is only a
misspelling of "wack."

Well, I agree with Stewie Griffin: "That's whack!"
All say, "How hard it is that we have to die!"––a strange complaint to
come from the mouths of people who have had to live.
–Mark Twain

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