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Definition of 'splainin' a person

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Definitions include: Anything found on the ground that one decides to keep: food, drugs, cash, clothing, anything
Definitions include: orange cheese-like residue remaining on fingers after eating a substantial amount of Cheetos.
Definitions include: outdated, unfashionable, irrelevant.
Definitions include: a person who is sexually talented.
Definitions include: items - usually clothing - worn by an older relative (especially sibling) and then "handed down"
Definitions include: to claim the (front) seat next to the driver in an automobile.
Definitions include: flip-flops.
Definitions include: Lit up refers to the man lighting up his lights on a squad car, he lit them up.
Definitions include: a person who is being crazy with fun.
Definitions include: to be obsessed with.

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