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Via: News As
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Skip to around the 1:10 mark to get to the moment in question.

Wham-Sauce (\ˈwam-ˈss\): A forceful but non-threatening blow upon an unsuspecting party. In a sentence:

"He just wham-sauced the meet crew! It doesn't matter, he's a national champion!"

Further examples:

"Carla really wham-sauced that plate of pizza rolls. They never saw it coming."

In noun form:

"Kendrick Lamar just slathered an extra-helping of wham-sauce all over us by releasing an album unannounced." 

As an adjective or modifier:

"Ironically, this weak-ass hot sauce is the least wham-sauce thing I've ever tasted."

The words "wham-sauce" now don't look like words after reading them this long. You're welcome.

Via: The Goatee Guys
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Yes, I am 12 years old and I laughed at this don't worry about it CARRY ON.

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And now, a little video from the way-back machine.

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Via: The Local
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From The Local:

"It's a nice present for the festive season," he told The Local on Tuesday. "There will be a real need for these pills over Christmas."

Poincheval, who has been involved in homeopathy, claims the all-natural herbal medicine not only facilitates intestinal transit, but also neutralises the odour of the gas let out.

According to the website that sells the pills, which also come in rose and violet scents, the herb mixture also helps reduce bloating.
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