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Definition of Hackintosh

Hackintosh

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Definitions include: to waste time, to mess around.
Definitions include: $1,000.
Definitions include: When a man has been able to give a female over 1000 strokes of pleasure. Compare to; Cocc-Hound, Pound- Cake, Pipe-Layer, Pole-Driver and Juice Box Digger. For Example; My girl such a freak that over the years I became [pornoed].
Definitions include: very good, excellent, fun, or otherwise appealing.
Definitions include: a nerd, wimp, wuss.
Definitions include: the time in a middle-aged female chicken's life when she slows down, then stops, laying eggs; also when former laying hens tend to become roasting or slow cooker chickens.
Definitions include: penis.
Definitions include: See shits and giggles.
Definitions include: a fool.
Definitions include: to reveal one's closely guarded secrets.

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