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Definition of blogorrhea

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Definitions include: when a person normally speaks in a certain manner but then switches to the colloquial style with whom he or she is currently conversing.
Definitions include: A dumb one. A selfishly vain thinker. A massive failure by way of selfsame example.
Definitions include: Southern phrase meaning Northerner.
Definitions include: defecation.
Definitions include: Used to describe a shapely, sexy bottom: "She's got a really bootilicious ass". Probably derived from 'booty', in turn from 'bottom', and appears to have originated in black American communities.
Definitions include: gross.
Definitions include: a brothel.
Definitions include: a beat-up car, with the paint coming off.
Definitions include: to be in the in crowd, cool.
Definitions include: an exclamation of surprise or disappointment; "damn"; "darn"; "shit".

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