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Antiques

(n.) Furniture that is too old for poor folks but the right age for rich people.

African-American

(adj.) : A PC term started to be used in the late '80s to describe Americans having African ancestors. The rationale was not judge people by the color of their skin. The inventors of the term argued you should be identified by where your ancestors are from. Technically, any person from the African continent should be called African-American, such as North African countries like Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt but that's not the kind of African-American we mean. That is, we're really talking about skin color, but we're pretending that we aren't. read more [....]

Alabama

(n.) A bad version of Mississippi

An apple a day

(phr.) An action which is supposed to keep anyone away if you throw it hard enough

Abbreviation

(n.) Long word with, ironically, no obvious shorter alternative

Americans

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Artist

(n.) people with a strict dress code of black attire

Atoms

(n.) Something that make up everything, therefore cannot be trusted

Average

(adj.) The poorest of the good and the best of the bad

Awe

(n.) Wow of silence

Adulthood

(n.) a stage in your life where you go to bed when you don’t want to and getting up early in the morning when you don’t want to.

Assumption

(n.) Source of all mess-ups

Arianna Huffington

(n.) Prematurely-aged, over-hyped Greek gold-digger who markets herself a self-declared journalist

Adulthood

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A fact of life

(n.) something that must be accepted as true, even if it's unpleasant: read more [....]