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Definition of flu

flu

  • flu is influenza but swine flu is the about these days

    swine is pigs, pigs is police

    "tell your friends you're not feeling too well, they shouldn't come over cause you're coming down with the flu"

    translation, the cops are giving you heat, stay clear

    Last edited on Aug 09 2009. Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 09 2009.

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