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Definition of a dealybopper

dealybopper

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Definitions include: Cockney rhyme for ''believe''.
Definitions include: flossin in a car or truck that's "turned out" dressed up real good.
Definitions include: very good; excellent; "cool"; "awesome".
Definitions include: overly formal; "boring".
Definitions include: dried eye secretions, most commonly experienced upon waking from a night's sleep; "rheum"; "gound".
Definitions include: to defeat.
Definitions include: jerk, asshole, prick.
Definitions include: more than sassy, less than sparky and almost snazzy, used to describe something or someone crazy and tangy.
Definitions include: vulva ("vagina").
Definitions include: generally refers to a person of lose morals but it can also imply that the person is not all that intelligent and somewhat of a loser.

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