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Definition of cum guzzler

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Other terms relating to 'cum':

Definitions include: cum (semen) from a dark-skinned man.
Definitions include: semen.
Definitions include: from cruel intentions, means to suck a dick and swallow the cum.
Definitions include: eyeglasses.
Definitions include: someone that loves cum
Definitions include: a promiscuous person; "slut"; "skank".
Definitions include: a prostitute's John who enjoys erotic sex and gets off by way of paying her to insult or physically abuse him.
Definitions include: a junkie (addict) of cum (semen).
Definitions include: When a man shoots his semen or cum on or in woman.
Definitions include: the person who cleans the peep booths at adult book stores.
Definitions include: A towel taken to bed (for obvious reasons) by a couple who are about to make love.

Other terms relating to 'guzzle':

Definitions include: an inefficient automobile.

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