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Definition of coker

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Definitions include: to be made fun of, usually in order to start a fight, trying the other person seeing if there comeback is as good as your own.
Definitions include: to betray a person.
Definitions include: an amount that is more than one needs.
Definitions include: a place where prostitutes congregate to meet customers.
Definitions include: somewhere in the middle of nowhere
Definitions include: someone who sells drugs and other illegal substances.
Definitions include: offensive shade of green
Definitions include: "lot of".
Definitions include: so ugly that after a guy has chewed off his arm to get away without waking her, he would later chew off the other arm so not to be recognizable as being a "one armed man" in the event she comes searching for him.
Definitions include: to put one's hands up a person's shirt, with hand-on-skin contact, e.g. the fondling of breasts.

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