Shenanigans of a scud-duck

And other slang to tickle your funny bone

Every generation has its own era-defining lingo that stands out, and just sounds like pure nonsense and gibberish to the next. This one proves to be no different. I’m an 80’s baby myself. I still use “what’s your damage?”, “groady to the max”, and “gag me with a spoon” and here it is the year 2020. My teenagers have of course been a big influence…

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A.j Thomas

A.j Thomas

I love writing that leaves you hanging on by imagination & then reelin’ ya back in by pulling on your heartstrings. See more at my pub Slinging Some Ink.

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