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I’m researching this, too, and happened upon this post. Thought I’d add that growing up, we always sang…

- "No, no, no, no, no, no. You gotta listen to the way people talk. You don't say 'Affirmative,' or some s--t like that. You say, 'No problemo.' And if someone comes up to you with an attitude, you say 'Eat me.' And if you want to shine them on, it's ' Hasta la vista, baby. '"
- "Hasta la vista, baby."
AND
" Hasta la vista , baby."
Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
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Robbie, you’ll enjoy the 3some with Danni. She also does greek but charges too much. Of late i noticed Danni doesnt provide BBBJ so i’ve stopped seeing her

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J AB v. to poke or stab
JAG v. to pierce (n. JAGGER)
JAI interj. to victory
JAK n. an East Indian tree
JAM v. to block up (n. JAMMER)
JAP v. to apply a black lacquer to
(also JAPAN)
JAR v. to vibrate unpleasantly
JAW v. to chatter at length
JAY n. a bird of the crow family
JEE v. to urge horses on (also GEE)
JET adj. black
v. to spurt a stream of liquid
JEU n. a game (pl. JEUX)
JEW v. obsolete offensive word for haggle
JIB v. to show objection
JIG v. to dance a lively dance
JIN n. a mythical Muslim being
(also DJINN, JINN, JINNEE)
JIZ n. a wig (also GIZZ; pl. JIZZES)
JOB v. to do piece work (n. JOBBER)
JOE n. a Scottish sweetheart (also JO)
JOG v. to run at a slow, steady pace
JOL v. to have a good time
JOR n. the 2nd movement in Hindu music
JOT v. to note down (n. JOTTER)
JOW v. to toll a bell
JOY v. (obs.) to rejoice
JUD n. a mass of coal
JUG v. to stew in a closed pottery jar
JUN n. a coin of North Korea
JUS n. (Latin) a law or legal right
(pl. JURA)
JUT v. to project

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