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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cack.
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There were gingerbread and "cacks" even in the earliest days; but they were not sold in unlimited numbers.
However, to lose 53-47 when everything is against you, wrong incumbent, wrong candidate, superb performance fronm the other side, media bias on an unprecedented level, that's not indicative of need to tear the whole thing down, just wait til the Messiah cacks it up.
I'm sure to actually use it, the lady in position, would have to have her cacks round her knees (as ladies seem to do) or if it were a bloke, round his ankles.
Seemed prudent to transfer all of those files to this laptop before the old computer emits a wheezing gasp of ozone and cacks it.
When asked how she would handle things if McCain cacks (more like WHEN McCain cacks), she basically said,
England fare, all the mysterious compounds and concoctions of Indian corn and "pompions," all sorts of roast meats, "turces" cooked in various ways, gingerbread and "cacks," and -- an inevitable feature at the time of every gathering of people, from a corn-husking or apple-bee to a funeral -- a liberal amount of cider, punch, and grog was also supplied, which latter compound beverages were often mixed on the meeting-house green or even in punch-bowls on the very door-steps of the church.
I’m sure he’d like to have a few years of Croesus-like self-indulgence before he finally cacks … and Satan stops by to collect on that contract.