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    Default Jerry "The King" Lawler Arrested, Facing Domestic Assault Charges

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    Wrestler Jerry ''The King'' Lawler Arrested, Facing Domestic Assault Charges After Fight With Fiancée

    By: KENDALL FISHER
    Fri., Jun. 17, 2016 8:35 AM PDT

    Wrestler Jerry Lawler, aka "The King," was arrested early Friday morning after an argument with his fiancée, Lauryn McBride.

    E! News can confirm both the Memphis-native WWE star and McBride were taken into custody by the Shelby County Sheriff's Office and are currently facing domestic assault charges.

    WWE released a statement, saying, "WWE has zero tolerance for matters involving domestic violence, and per our policy, Jerry Lawler has been suspended indefinitely following his arrest."

    According to the police report that we obtained, McBride, 27, claims Lawler, 66, struck her in the head and pushed her against a stove. Lawler, on the other hand, is saying McBride scratched him in the face, threw a candle at him and kicked him in the groin.

    McBride also alleged that Lawler got an unloaded pistol, put it on the kitchen counter and told her to kill herself.

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    God help me but I can't stop laughing at this line "McBride also alleged that Lawler got an unloaded pistol, put it on the kitchen counter and told her to kill herself."

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    Age 66 with a fiancée of 27... anyone see a red flag when it comes to communication?
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    Slang Terms from the Decades from Culture.com

    1920's

    1. 23 skiddoo -- to get going; move along; leave; or scram
    2. The cat's pajamas -- the best; the height of excellence
    3. Gams -- legs
    4. The real McCoy -- sincere; genuine; the real thing
    5. Hotsy-totsy -- perfect
    6. Moll -- a female companion of a gangster
    7. Speakeasy -- a place where alcohol was illegally sold and drunk during Prohibition
    8. The bee's knees -- excellent; outstanding



    1930's


    1. I'll be a monkey's uncle -- sign of disbelief; I don't believe it!
    2. Gig -- a job
    3. Girl Friday -- a secretary or female assistant
    4. Juke joint -- a casual and inexpensive establishment with drinking, dancing, and blues music, typically in the southeastern United States
    5. Skivvies -- men's underwear


    1940's


    1. Blockbuster -- a huge success
    2. Keeping up with the Joneses -- competing to have a lifestyle or socioeconomic status comparable to one's neighbors
    3. Cool -- excellent; clever; sophisticated; fashionable; or enjoyable
    4. Sitting in the hot seat -- in a highly uncomfortable or embarrassing situation
    5. Smooch -- kiss


    1950's


    1. Big brother is watching you -- someone of authority is monitoring your actions
    2. Boo-boo -- a mistake; a wound
    3. Hi-fi -- high fidelity; a record player or turntable
    4. Hipster -- an innovative and trendy person


    1960's


    1. Daddy-o -- a man; used to address a hipster or beatnik
    2. Groovy -- cool; hip; excellent
    3. Hippie -- derived from hipster; a young adult who rebelled against established institutions, criticized middle-class values, opposed the Vietnam War, and promoted sexual freedom
    4. The Man -- a person of authority; a group in power


    1970's


    1. Catch you on the flip side -- see you later
    2. Dig it -- to like or understand something
    3. Get down/Boogie -- dance
    4. Mind-blowing -- unbelievable; originally an expression for the effects of hallucinogenic drugs
    5. Pump iron -- lift weights
    6. Workaholic -- a person who works too much or is addicted to his or her job


    1980's


    1. Bodacious -- beautiful
    2. Chillin' -- relaxing
    3. Dweeb -- a nerd; someone who is not cool
    4. Fly -- cool; very hip
    5. Gag me with a spoon -- disgusting
    6. Gnarly -- exceptional; very cool
    7. Preppy -- one who dresses in designer clothing and has a neat, clean-cut appearance
    8. Wicked -- excellent; great
    9. Yuppie -- Young Urban Professional; a college-educated person with a well-paying job who lives near a big city; often associated with a materialistic and superficial personality


    1990's


    1. Diss -- show disrespect
    2. Get jiggy -- dance; flirt
    3. Homey/Homeboy -- a friend or buddy
    4. My bad -- my mistake
    5. Phat -- cool or hip; highly attractive; hot
    6. Wassup? -- What's up?; How are you?
    7. Word -- yes; I agree


    2000's


    1. Barney Bag -- a gigantic purse
    2. Newbie -- a newcomer; someone who is inexperienced
    3. Peeps -- friends; people
    4. Rents -- parents
    5. Sweet -- beyond cool
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    What a great list , had no idea "cool" was from the 1940s!

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    2010's

    1. Merked -- anything from being drunk, high, tackled, to knocked out
    2. YOLO -- an acronym for "You Only Live Once" We can thank rapper Drake for this phrase
    3. Swag/Swaggy -- "Swag," from the slang word '"swagger," means being or having something cool
    4. Cray/Cray-Cray -- "Cray" or "cray-cray" is just a shorter (kind of) word for crazy
    5. Rachet -- "Rachet" is when someone is rude, loud or obnoxious
    6. Derp -- a derp is another name for a dumbass, while a derpina is a female dumbass
    7. Scrilla -- scrilla is another word for money

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    This is the second time (that we know of anyway) that Lawler got into trouble (i.e., lost his job) due to something involving a younger woman-now if he was truly trying to prevent her from driving drunk and things got physical b/c she was resisting then I think he gets his job back-if he really was just being a prick then probably not-who knows where the truth lies on this one-all I'll say is yep, you date approx four decades below your age and you're probably going to have problems :/
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    I thought the slang terms list was posted on this particular thread to show that "Puppies!" made the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by black-elephant View Post
    Age 66 with a fiancée of 27... anyone see a red flag when it comes to communication?
    Not to mention the fortune spent on viagra

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