22 Manitoban Things Brutally Described By Urban Dictionary

because we probably use the Urban Dictionary more than the real one.

The infamous Urban Dictionary. Possibly the only dictionary you still use today and probably the most popular dictionary for sure. Used by the older generation to understand what those young whipper snappers are talking about, and used by young people to say how they really feel. Like we don't have enough places to do that though (Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, etc).

Now I definitely don't agree with these or made any of them up so don't take any of them the wrong way. As those TV disclaimers would say: The views and opinions expressed in this article are of those of the specific contributors to Urban Dictionary and do not reflect the views or opinions of the author of this article. Thank you :)

If you aren't familiar, anyone can contribute to Urban Dictionary. It's like a vulgar, non-scientific, not properly sourced Wikipedia. It does hold some truth though (sometimes) and also can be entertaining. Not everything in the world is on it but some of our uniquely Manitoban things are. There is still a lot more that could be added so if you're feeling creative, feel free to go put Manitoba more on the global map and add things that the internet has yet to know about. As for the things that are currently on Urban Dictionary, this is what it has to say about them.

See the descriptions by clicking a category of words below or NEXT to see them all:

People 👨

Places 🏠

Things

To start with UD descriptions of Manitoba people👨, click "NEXT"

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Kim Orlick