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Definition of choof

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Definitions include: a person who is extremely dedicated to something.
Definitions include: a mouth full of bad teeth i.e. crooked, uneven, irregular teeth.
Definitions include: nervousness.
Definitions include: To forget about it. Expression of coming to the end of something of previous concern. To express complete unconcern. "I started to get upset at what she had done, but then I decided PISS ON IT." "I tried to warn him of what was going on and he just ignored me so PISS ON IT"
Definitions include: A really dumb or misfiguresome fugly person.
Definitions include: to wash one's ass in a sink or bathtub right before you get laid.
Definitions include: to gorge on unhealthy food.
Definitions include: aggressively loud-mouthed, boisterous, boorish.
Definitions include: to lie to.
Definitions include: To beat someone badly . or to threaten someone.

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