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Definition of icies

icies

  • diamonds.

    Last edited on Aug 15 2007. Submitted by Adam from Los Angeles, CA, USA on Aug 15 2007.

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Definitions include: marijuana.
Definitions include: also balls to the wall.
Definitions include: general insult.
Definitions include: a person's girlfriend.
Definitions include: a sexual event in which, during sex from behind ("doggy style" or "anal"), a male feigns ejaculation by spitting saliva on their partner's back.
Definitions include: slang term for an unattractive woman, one whose face would appear to have been hit with a bag of nickels.
Definitions include: death.
Definitions include: to engage in foreplay in which both (or all) participants keep their clothes on and "grind" sexually against each other.
Definitions include: The recycled smoke that is exhaled into another's lungs.

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