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Definition of campy

campy

  • Blatantly honest. Defined by Stuart Camp.

    Last edited on Aug 09 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 09 2015.

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Definitions include: An expression of exasperation meaning rubbish. It is identical to Bollocks however assuming it as a plural of Bollock takes the slang out of any reliable context.
Definitions include: to coerce someone into some form of romantic or flirtatious activity.
Definitions include: without money; "broke".
Definitions include: "you all."
Definitions include: "See (one) later", i.e. "Goodbye".
Definitions include: an unintelligent person, a jerk (mean person,) or a penis.
Definitions include: an addict.
Definitions include: something completely amazing.
Definitions include: to kiss.
Definitions include: methamphetamine.

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