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Definition of buffoonery

buffoonery

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Definitions include: "cheque".
Definitions include: a look. Notes: derived from Cockney rhyming slang: "butcher's hook" - "look."
Definitions include: an unattractive person.
Definitions include: a crazy, dangerous woman.
Definitions include: a condition where a man's large belly "hangs lower than his weenie do", i.e. "hangs lower than his penis does."
Definitions include: Someone who allegedly knows everything about a particular topic, but in reality knows nothing and "bull dust's" their way through discussions.
Definitions include: stupid.
Definitions include: someone who pretends to be someone they're not.
Definitions include: pinky pain associated with use of the Emacs text editing program and frequent pressing of the "Control" key with the pinky.
Definitions include: crazy, to act crazy or make something crazy

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