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Definition of badinkydonk

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Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: biscuits and gravy.
Definitions include: meat whose originating species cannot be identified.
Definitions include: To have come and culminated, to have been transfigured. Such as in biblical texts which are widely mistaken that actually say the spirit of antichrist is begotten of evil and that Jesus Christ is the opposition of all who make images before God of dark power.
Definitions include: experienced.
Definitions include: to be skeptical about.
Definitions include: acronym for "lick my pussy".
Definitions include: One who 'jumps down.' Male or Female, typically implies oral sex.
Definitions include: on a mission, focused, determined.
Definitions include: to eat rapidly, causing either a large mess on one's person or a loud noise to emanate from one's nasal cavity.

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