by Christopher Troy January 22, 2008
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by Kate Templar July 26, 2005
Portmanteau for the words : Short and LANGuage
Influenced by different languages, dialects, cultures, sayings, and on some occassions, tone or accent of a voice, the word SLANG caught on as a coined term during the late 80's in Atlanta, Georgia by Madamé Constable Charlotte Hemingsworth VIII as she was famous for speaking in a Southern accent and was too lax to complete phrases during normal conversations. She claims that it was for the purpose of concealing topics amongst close friends from eavesdropping citizens or members of the small community.
by Oxxy_Montalvy October 18, 2016
Aye mate, we were in a total slange cave before we came to the club, so slighty the worse for wear.
Few more tins of Tenny's down ye and ye'll be pure slanged.
Tuesday nights are an opportunity for epic slange if you aren't facing a breathaliser the morning after.
by Wellparker September 4, 2008