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  Tuesday, January 23, 2018 Mini OS

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Slang Terminology and Origins

Slang Terminology and Origins

Word Affirmation, as in "I hear you", "I agree" or "profound" depending on tone and inflection when said this is a very versatile word

crib verb: to sleep; noun: bed, cot, sleeping apparatus

foo' short for fool meaning friend or homie

404 meaning to remove or delete a shared file typically a webpage; by doing this returns the http error code of 404 if the file is requested

hollow back a break dancing term to describe a back bend done without the assistance of the feet

widget used popularly in technical literature to an indicate an item, piece, product, etc; this is a hypothetical item and does not really exist

scoup up verb. to pickup, or aquire.

boogered up adjective. describing dirty, or greasy items. generally when someone doesn't frequently wash their hands and touches things and makes them visibly unsanitary. This term originated (obviously) from the words booger, cause it kinda looks like someone picked their snotty bugars an wiped them on stuff, hence boogered up.

ends noun. money or bills; the origins of which mean making ends meet (example: need some ends or making ends)


Oneliner Feature Disabled to restore focus on permament content.

Added Oneliner Feature

12-10-2007 is being re-evaluated

Auxilary send-to feature functioning on Sanghi IT web-to-cell

4-27-2007 Explorer repaired/updated

Search engine repaired.

Making some changes, evolve with me.

Sanghi IT Labs.

Free Open Source DVD playing software added to the Downloads section.

Sanghi IT Labs unveils the all new

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