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Definition of a smidge

smidge

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Definitions include: hang on / held on.
Definitions include: A good friend, a sweet person.
Definitions include: A game in which one or more men jack off around a muffin. All men ejaculate on the same muffin, the last man to ejaculate on the muffin must eat it.
Definitions include: police helicopter
Definitions include: interjection of agreement.
Definitions include: an adult male person
Definitions include: where the advancement of a qualified employee within a company is impeded or prevented because of some form of discrimination, often commonly sexism or racism.
Definitions include: to be very tired, as in Bill (Willy) Clinton is after chasing skirts.
Definitions include: time for one's self to relax, recover, think, etc.
Definitions include: acronym for "hot like wasabi", i.e. of an Asian female, attractive.

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