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What comes after sick? Answered

Spiffing, top-hole, wizard, hip, cool, groovy, fab, smashing, killer, bad, kewl, mint, sick  -  plus all the ones I've left out . . .
What comes after 'sick', or am I already behind the times again?

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2hot2hack (author)2011-04-29

your mum at the end of your bed yelling at you because snuck out your windo at night and got drunk with your Friends wile you have hangover. lol

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ll.13 (author)2010-06-12
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onrust (author)ll.132011-04-23

i think he means after that

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killerjackalope (author)2010-06-11

At the end you'll just find a pic of me... ;-p

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popcorn4lunch (author)2011-03-07
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KentsOkay (author)2010-06-12

froody, groovy, cool and froody, beast, killerjackalope, tight as an emo chick's jeans, umm...

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AndyGadget (author)KentsOkay2010-06-13

'Froody' has been around since 1878 - THHGTTG - Absolutely compulsive listening on BBC Radio4 on Sunday afternoon and 'groovy' since the dawn of time (almost).

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Goodhart (author)KentsOkay2010-06-12

I think you forgot: Bacon ;-)

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Kiteman (author)2010-06-13

I've just checked my copy of Chambers Twentieth Century Dictionary*, and the answer is sicker, also spelled siccar - an archaic Scottish term meaning sure, certain or firm. It may be used as either an adjective, or an adverb.




*p1257, if you're interested.

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caitlinsdad (author)Kiteman2010-06-13

I believe you should get the updated Chambers Twenty-First Century Dictionary for your reference. Dang those school budget cuts where you have to make do with old books.

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octopuscabbage (author)2010-06-13

I believe after your sick you either recover or die....

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caitlinsdad (author)2010-06-11

rad, fly, dope, off the hook, money, bank, fn cool, awesome...

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Kryptonite (author)2010-06-12

Coolio McGoolio, Awesome Foursome (not rude), tight...

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Goodhart (author)2010-06-11

When I was growing up, in my household, what came after "sick" normally was "and tired" I often heard: I am SICK and TIRED of your tomfoolery....... ;-)

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