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#166739 - 07/27/07 11:14 AM Trade slang defined  
IanR  Offline
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I found this site that tries to give definitions for the slang words used in the trade. ie Peckerhead, cowboy, fish bit, etc.
Good if you are a newbie or, enven if you are an old timer, just expanding your knowledg of the trade. I think that they try to comment on the origins of some words.

http://www.tradeslang.com/


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#166740 - 07/27/07 12:31 PM Re: Trade slang defined [Re: IanR]  
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Thanks Ian, now I can understand what you guys are saying. laugh

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