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Definition of blockbuster

blockbuster

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Definitions include: pie-in-the-sky, fancy, crazy and elitist.
Definitions include: under the influence of marijuana; "stoned".
Definitions include: to cheat - have sex with someone who isn't your significant other.
Definitions include: to engage in foreplay in which both (or all) participants keep their clothes on and "grind" sexually against each other.
Definitions include: a sleeping pill.
Definitions include: a person who is good at fixing things.
Definitions include: usually to look or to feel up-down, means to look or to feel absolutely screwed up.. You were obviously looking up-down when you hung over :).
Definitions include: an amount of money.

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