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 Where did the phrase"10-4 rubber ducky"come from?

Answer The phrase "10-4" is adapted from police code and has been widely used by CB radio users for many years. It means "yes" or is an acknowledgment of something that has been said. The CB handle "Rubbe... Read More »
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Where did the phrase rubber match come from?

The term "rubber match" is believed to have originated in England around 1599 to describe the tie-breaking match in a game of "bowls," an early variation of lawn bowling. The term has since assimil... Read More »
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Where did the army phrase ORAHH come from?

First Oorahh!! Is A Marine thing,army is hoyah or hooah or something.
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Where did the phrase"Remember the Alamo"come from?

The phrase "Remember the Alamo" was said by Texan troops fighting in the Battle of San Jacinto. The phrase is a reference to the Battle of the Alamo, during which troops under Santa Anna killed alm... Read More »
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Where did the phrase"10-4, Rubber Ducky"come from?

Citizens-band radios enjoyed a sudden popularity in the 1970s. "Ten-4, Rubber Ducky," 10-4 being CB slang for "OK" or "thanks," became a national catchphrase, mainly due to Chip Davis' hit song "Co... Read More »
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