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Definition of dundoes

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Definitions include: to surf the World Wide Web looking for references to one's name, via search engines.
Definitions include: acronym for "Supreme Court of the United States".
Definitions include: An mean spirited chick who happens to be fat or pregnant.
Definitions include: an extremely attractive person.
Definitions include: to relax.
Definitions include: to coerce someone into some form of romantic or flirtatious activity.
Definitions include: A male who thinks they are much cooler than they really are and generally has a Calvin pissing on something sticker, no fear gear or even better fear this on the back of their vehicle - normally a Mustang, Camaro, Firebird, etc.
Definitions include: an attractive person.
Definitions include: something that will cause a lot of damage when things go wrong.
Definitions include: dismissive exclamation.

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