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Definition of badload



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Other terms relating to 'drunk person, person under the influence of alcohol':

Definitions include: a drunk person stumbling around.
Definitions include: extremely inebriated.
Definitions include: a fictitious person to compare a drunk person to.

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Definitions include: A male in a long term relationship who consistently engages in sexual activity with females other than his significant other.
Definitions include: Record, music, the style of the music.
Definitions include: This definition is questionable and is pending deletion.
Definitions include: two bad occurrences in short succession.
Definitions include: an insult.
Definitions include: Good for You My Friend, however it is a double acronym and also means Go Fuck Yourself Mother Fucker. This is an extension of [GFY] with a more polite/offensive meaning.
Definitions include: The night shift, especially in the coal-mining industry in Kentucky and West Virginia, USA.
Definitions include: forbidden to be patronized, frequented, used, met, etc., by certain persons
Definitions include: a general insult.
Definitions include: to compete.

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