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Definition of C2



  • Someone who steals food, usually granola bars.
    If someone has been taking your granola bars, they are called a C2.
    John was mad at Brenda because she let a C2 steal his granola bars.
    C2 stole my granola bars is a meme now.
    Don't take my granola bars, you C2!
    Some random C2 just stole my granola bar!
    I was upset when John called my friend a C2 until I caught her stealing a granola bar from my house.
    Quit taking my granola bars, C2.

    Last edited on Aug 17 2021. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 04 2021.

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