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Definition of crapola

crapola

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Definitions include: shortened form of "Hennessy", a brand of Cognac.
Definitions include: Used when someone does stuff irritatingly good in school or is teacher's pet, enjoys school.
Definitions include: to discourage.
Definitions include: a person who will offend anyone regardless of their race, gender, sexual orientation, political leanings, etc. while claiming to not harbor any hatred towards those offended others.
Definitions include: ridiculously, or extremely drunk, to the point of lost or motor skills.
Definitions include: the epitome of an extremely attractive female.
Definitions include: see "clusterfuck"
Definitions include: A highly-ignorant internet forum poster who who tries to sound intellectual by using too many words.
Definitions include: an insignificant amount of money.
Definitions include: getting drunk

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