“(Would've watched Ghost before it, but I didn't catch it, erk.)”
“**In RAF slang, an “erk” was a non-flying member of the air force, usually one of the ground staff.”
“Dahl came to admire him, although he described him as “quite an erk,”** and was shocked to discover that he could barely draw.”
“At first, a parrot might make a sound more like “erk” than “cork.””
“He informed me that some of his friends had left England because they got tired of being scared in their own homes including one couple who moved to Spain… erk.”
“Ergh. I backed it up six months ago on my other external HD for just this reason, but I want everything from the last six months, erk.”
“When I'd gone erk erk a couple of razzes on my full inno - cent stomach, I started to get out day platties from my ward - robe, turning the radio on.”
“Errr ... these comments about candor and Rendell stating the truth really erk me.”
“March 14th, 2008 at 7: 59 pm erk, gallstones, horrible things, not posting on the main page leads me to suspect ongoing problems. hope all is well with you and your pride.”
“Yardarm zippity up tites (hee hee hee) harts ob emninees AND oven foar cuking (erk!)”
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For those who wish no words were ever forgotten
Mostly, the cant words come from my reprint of Francis Grose's 1785 dictionary of 'The Vulgar Tongue', while the more modern slang has been found at various online sources, e.g. this online diction...
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