Discussion in 'The Bar' started by BennyMusolini, Mar 24, 2014.
Apparently douchebag is spelled differently in the mother country than it is in the colonies
The word may have derived from the Scottish term for clothes, duddies. The term "dude" was first used in print in 1876, in Putnam's Magazine, to mock how a woman was dressed (as a "dud"/dude). The use of the word "dudde" for clothing in English goes as far back 1567.
That's 2 words. Neither of which are american
I dont know if Hubby is an american word but I cringe each time I hear it.