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Definition of foreskin


  • something to be cut off and disposed of, a useless piece of skin.
    My Old boss is such a foreskin.
    That person is such a FORESKIN.
    That Foreskin should Be Fired from this job, This Job is so easy even a foreskin could do it..

    Last edited on May 14 2011. Submitted by Steven G. from Juneau, AK, USA on Mar 09 2007.

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