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Definition of bloggerati

bloggerati

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Definitions include: A phrase indicating your suit and boots have been put on and you're ready to go. To be prepared to do something that's been planned in advance. To be proactive and prepared for any obstacles.
Definitions include: onomatopoeia for the sound of something falling into water.
Definitions include: a person who likes to be alone.
Definitions include: when you catch someone doing something they not supposed to be doing "yesterday i caught my little brother on the market stealing candy"
Definitions include: a girl with some particular negative quality.
Definitions include: "jean shorts".
Definitions include: to begin swinging one's fists.
Definitions include: extremely ugly.
Definitions include: exclamation of disappointment.
Definitions include: an overweight bitch.

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