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Definition of blang-blang

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Definitions include: being "a cinch", i.e. easy.
Definitions include: "without."
Definitions include: A stupid person.
Definitions include: (n) the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, or agents of same. (Hispanic-American slang).
Definitions include: any number of many definitions inspired by Tiger Wood's numerous affairs.
Definitions include: diarrhea.
Definitions include: a term designating a high rank in one's group of friends or crew or a player to the utmost i.e. when you are crushing several girls at once and they don't find out you have reached cappo status the origin is from mafia families cappos are captains
Definitions include: the tapping together of closed fists, as a sign of friendship; "fist bump".
Definitions include: an exorbitant amount of something.
Definitions include: tight or fun.

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