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Definition of facepalm

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Definitions include: a conservative zombie, i.e. a person with conservative beliefs who does not devote significant thought to those beliefs.
Definitions include: to betray, to wrong.
Definitions include: shortened form of "What's up".
Definitions include: less common spelling of "yowza".
Definitions include: To annoy again and again. To belchoase another witfully. To "spit venom" at a person in deed. To be a king of babylon in upmost hedonism.
Definitions include: a girl having sex with a guy.
Definitions include: wealthy people, well-dressed, and get good grades, and are the athletes.
Definitions include: PIT is an acronym for Prostitute In Training and refers to girls who dress provocatively. It is used by middle schoolers in the South.
Definitions include: "from behind".
Definitions include: to request oil and vinegar on a sub sandwich.

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