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Colloquial terms to define people
Cronies : Long-term friends especially from the Army
Groupie/s : girl/s who follow/s a rock group
Silver spinster : a person who marries late in life
Rookie : a beginner, a starter (sports, jobs). Somebody who is just doing or trying something for the first time
Hoodie : a person, especially young, wearing a sweat-shirt with a hooded top.
Couch potato : a person who spends a long time sitting or lying down on a sofa, watching TV
Computer potato : a guy who downloads TV programs and watches them for hours on end
Dork : an awkward, incompetent person
Softie : a romantic person who is easily moved
Cyber bully : a person who threatens and frightens people, especially the young, on the Internet
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