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Definition of crackpot

crackpot

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Definitions include: a location inconveniently far away. Also used is the less offensive East Bumble-fuck.
Definitions include: to be nervous about entering into a long-term commitment, especially marriage.
Definitions include: vagina.
Definitions include: "take a loss", i.e. to suffer a loss in a competition.
Definitions include: acronym for "Be right back", as in, "I will return soon." Used mainly in text-based communication (text messaging, online chat, etc.)
Definitions include: completely uninteresting.
Definitions include: to ride a surf board with all 10 of one's toes hanging over the edge of the board.
Definitions include: another person's car (used with or without permission) to drive to a location and acquire illegal drugs.
Definitions include: See third wheel.
Definitions include: a general insult.

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