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Definition of dyme

dyme

  • perfect "10"'s from the movie 10.
    Me and my girls are TRUE Dymes.

    Last edited on Nov 25 1999. Submitted by Whitney from Denton, TX, USA on Nov 25 1999.

  • to write.
    If you would like to talk to me sometime drop a dyme.

    Last edited on Oct 30 2001. Submitted by Marquita from Lakeland, FL, USA on Oct 30 2001.

  • Beautiful.
    You a dyme.

    Last edited on Dec 30 2002. Submitted by OLGA from Orange, CA, USA on Dec 30 2002.

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