I was watching an episode of Anthony Bourdain's excellent No Reservations show a few years ago and, whilst drinking and eating with locals in the mountains somewhere in Asia, Bourdain holds up his glass and shouts "Damn Skippy!" Why would a native New Yorker like him be uttering a phrase that is so obviously Australian and yet I'd never heard it before? Well, So Slang is a search engine where you can get that information. Its an easy to use free urban slang wiki dictionary where you can your own meaning to the millions of slang words featured.
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Oh and, by the way, Damn Skippy is defined as a derivative of the south eastern Australian expression "Damn Straight" meaning 'hell yeah' or something pretty close to that. As i mentioned earlier, there are often several different interpretations of a phrase or word and Skippy has several. none of which involve anything to do with a bush kangaroo, you'll be pleased to know. So now you know. So Slang is a free, fun and fairly addictive search application that will keep you amused for hours.