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E.g."I screwed the arse off the hire care for 200 miles and got caught speeding 3 times."Verb.
E.g."The first night we met we shagged all night." [1800s] 2. E.g."You'll shag it up if you keep hitting it with that hammer." Noun.
Scratch that, unless you’re modelling for a fashion magazine.
Dress like the kind of professional who gets paid for their mind.” That last sentence is exactly right: Rightly or wrongly, false eyelashes, heavy makeup, cleavage, fishnet stockings, showing your thighs, and anything you’d wear to a club are all off-limits.
Rhyming slang on 'scooby doo', the cartoon character.
E.g."Yeah I think they like each other, they screwed all night and kept us awake with their noise." [1800s] 2.
You don’t want people to rule you out because you look Jersey Shore. This derogatory term has been in prolific use from the early 1990s. A person, usually young, who typically wears casual, brand-name sportswear, such as Nike, Addidas and Reebok etc., baseball caps, and boots, often Rockport. * Scally was also a term for a Liverpudlian youth, used in and around Liverpool itself and was possibly the forerunner of the current expression, however the use of it in this form is now rare. E.g."I haven't got a scooby why she went into a rage, I was only 1 hour late for dinner." 2. Err on the side of conservative until you figure out the dress code (written and not).For women in particular – short skirts, cleavage, hooker heels, spaghetti straps, and bare midriffs are probably not okay unless you’re interning at a fashion magazine.
I recently began interviewing candidates for a position at my company.