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Definition of a blooper

blooper

noun

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Definitions include: a statement of puzzlement.
Definitions include: Someone who is prehistoric / behind the times. From wooly back mammoths.
Definitions include: a small pipe that holds a single hit of a smokable drug - usually marijuana; "pinch hitter".
Definitions include: The vagina.
Definitions include: to drink something very quickly, usually an alcoholic beverage.
Definitions include: exclam. Lay off! That is nuff!(enough)-
Definitions include: the non-productive or idle hands (fingers), of a male, conspicuously fidgeting within his front pants pockets, or grabbing stuff.
Definitions include: the group of one's friends.
Definitions include: to need to.
Definitions include: a misspelling of "inflammatory" or "flamatory".

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