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Definition of crapified


  • A derivative of "crap." Messed up, destroyed, rendered useless due to damage beyond repair.
    Tyler's car was crapified in that accident.

    Last edited on Dec 12 2001. Submitted by Tom E. from Hartford, CT, USA on Dec 12 2001.

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