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Definition of Flymind

Flymind

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Definitions include: to return one's self to normal cognition.
Definitions include: To dump, or to cut off contact with.
Definitions include: what you see when you view someone from the back whose pants are too low and the upper part of their buttocks are showing with the crack (coin slot) in the middle.
Definitions include: Attitude conveyed or sent via a text message.
Definitions include: acronym for "chubby fat girl".
Definitions include: to greatly confuse a person.
Definitions include: imagine an imaginary hair piece that everyone wears which is sensitive to shock.
Definitions include: primary earner for a family unit.
Definitions include: used to describe someone who's being undesirable in some way, be it sketchy (see definition) or just plain dumb.
Definitions include: "just kidding", didn't mean it, not serious.

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