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Definition of bit bucket

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Other terms relating to 'bit':

Definitions include: sexual activity.
Definitions include: of weather, cold, causing nipples to harden.
Definitions include: acronym for "be back in a bit", i.e. "I will return in a short amount of time."
Definitions include: a joke from a comedy routine.
Definitions include: a hypothetical disease that causes programs to run more poorly over time and causes documents to become corrupted.
Definitions include: to be eager.
Definitions include: testicles.
Definitions include: genitals.
Definitions include: to have sex with someone who is not one's significant other.
Definitions include: a drink of alcohol in the morning - of the same type one was drinking the previous night - to ward off or stop a hangover.
Definitions include: Threatening rain.
Definitions include: angry, looks bad, pissed, annoyed, unusual looking.
Definitions include: genitals.
Definitions include: insignificant.
Definitions include: a quarter.

Other terms relating to 'bucket':

Definitions include: a protective helmet, often used by skaters.
Definitions include: a vehicle in poor condition; "hooptie".
Definitions include: a list of things a person wants to do before they "kick the bucket" (i.e. die.)
Definitions include: loose, and nasty.
Definitions include: something with little effect because - compared to everything else - it's very small.
Definitions include: extremely unintelligent.
Definitions include: very quiet.
Definitions include: to die.
Definitions include: a bad person.
Definitions include: dirty or worthless person.
Definitions include: an extreme slunt.
Definitions include: The craft and practice of being a slunt.
Definitions include: a tremendous slut.
Definitions include: a female used solely for sex.
Definitions include: someone who is eager or anxious about something way more than they should be.

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