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elephant's trunk

slang Drunk. The phrase comes from rhyming slang in which "elephant's trunk" rhymes with "drunk." Primarily heard in UK. Do you remember last night at the pub at all, or were you elephant's trunk?
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junk in the trunk

slang Additional fat in one's buttocks (typically on a woman). The term is used both positively and negatively. Primarily heard in US. I like a curvy woman, one with a little junk in the trunk! I need to start working out again—I've got too much junk in the trunk these days.
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