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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

7 years ago

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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onrust

7 years ago

sober

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ll.13

8 years ago

Just dry retching. :)

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onrustll.13

Reply 7 years ago

i think he means after that

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killerjackalope

8 years ago

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

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lemonie

8 years ago

Terminal?

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KentsOkay

8 years ago

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

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AndyGadgetKentsOkay

Reply 8 years ago

'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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Kiteman

8 years ago

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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caitlinsdadKiteman

Reply 8 years ago

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

8 years ago

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

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caitlinsdad

8 years ago

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

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Kryptonite

8 years ago

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

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Goodhart

8 years ago

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....... ;-)