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    (Original post by cfc1992)
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    Crooked I and his "Circle of Bosses" is the only explanation I know of it.
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    Close of Business
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    Urban Dictionary has all the answers.
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    Children of Bodom :thrasher:
    Or, if you're from Nottinghamshire, a bap/roll sort of thing.
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    What was it used in?
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    Cut Off [my] Balls.
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    Colloquial Online Banter
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    slang for corn in the cob
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    Conan O'Brien.
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    Cash over b*tches
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