from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A coastal region of Antarctica south of Australia. Most of the area has been included in Australia's Antarctic claims since 1936.
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G-bomb and the F-bomb in the same post is just as bad as J-Bomb and F-Bomb ... maybe with a small "g" it's acceptable ...
When I finally dropped the G-bomb, my mother responded with the same level of open-mindedness that once inspired her to take a "mind-expansion class" in the 1970s and to play a karate-chopping housewife in a local production of Sondheim's "Company."
Then, as if to emphasize the depth of his quandary, he dropped a G-bomb: “I wonder why God gave us this dilemma.”
Campbell is surely a prime candidate for a G-bomb.
Even though People reported last week that A-list couple dropped the G-bomb during a press conference for Brothers in Beverly Hills - girlfriend!
He drops the G-bomb only to note its ubiquity, then goes on to point out that the South African mbaqanga the Paul Simon album draws on is "much heavier than anything in Vampire Weekend unless you count their punky stuff, which isn't African at all."