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Formerly used as an onomatopoetic expression to describe the sound of laughter in 60s theatrical jargon.
A decade later was used as an expression of distaste, disgust, or revulsion by people who attended comedy clubs, probably due to the disgusting nature of the jokes told in a more vulgarity-tolerant society. Can also be used in its adjective form, [yucky].
see also: [blech], [ew], [yucky], [ick], [icky]
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i. The phrase yuck it up was a way of mimicking laughter in 60s theatrical jargon. It was also used to describe the sound of laughing at comedy shows.
ii. A decade later, yuck became an expression of distaste or disgust, maybe due to the vulgarity of the jokes in the aforementioned comedy clubs.
Note: can also be used in adjective form, i.e., [yucky]
See also [blech], [ick], [icky], [ack], [yech], [blech], [blah], [bleh], [yucky], [hyuck]
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Used as a synonym to denote something nasty / something ridiculously nice.
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A term for someone who is unpopular and UGLY. Someone or a group of people who you wouldnt want to assosiate yourself with. Usually are greasy nasty creepy .
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(v) to vomit, barf, blow chunks, toss out last nights salsa
(v) a normal males response after meatin the skin taco or shakin the tree
(n) the visible, often messy product of either the above actions
Sonia last edited by
blow, yayo, cocaine. Also Yuckmouth (a side effect of doin some blow)
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Derogatory term for a white person; or proper term for a racist white person.
Normally I dont fight fire with fire but I found this one to cut reasonably deep.
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another form of a single dollar
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An acronym for,
Yonder Under Cause klakkitycaidenlovesnicole.