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Suburban Dictionary - The Winking Words Series #1 - cover

Suburban Dictionary - The Winking Words Series #1

Timothy Fay

Publisher: Timothy Fay

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Suburban Dictionary is a user's guide to slang, and a guide to the quirky behavior found in the burbs. Suburbanese: The Subtle, The Funny, and The Snarky, with generous helpings of sarcasm. Over 130 pages of fun and (sometimes) snarky expressions to use at home, at work, and beyond. A guide to Suburbanese, for old hands, newbies, and those learning English.

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