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8 words & phrases that may trigger NSA suspicion during phone or online conversations

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Eight words and phrases that may trigger NSA suspicion during phone or online conversations:

8. “Chalupa”

7. “Jeah!”

6. “Banjo-Core”

5. “Orrin Hatch’s Extraterrestrial Fish-Oil Suppositories”

4. “Reverse Cowgirl”

3. “Bob Benson”

2. “Ocho”

1. “01001111 01100010 01100001 01101101 01100001 00100000 01110011 01110101 01111000”

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