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Definition of budweiser


  • acronym for "but u don't want every individual sharing equal rights".
    The neo-Nazis used B.U.D.W.E.I.S.E.R. for their hate slogan.
    This definition is questionable and is pending deletion. It will be saved from deletion if legitimate citations are found.

    Last edited on Dec 09 2018. Submitted by Anonymous from Wichita, KS, USA on Dec 08 2018.

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