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Definition of ism

ism

  • Marijuana.

    Last edited on May 24 2005. Submitted by Will from MD, USA on May 24 2005.

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Definitions include: to give someone a ride on the handlebars of your bike.
Definitions include: disgusting, dirty, not cute or sexy.
Definitions include: after using meth standing in front of a mirror and digging on ones face. falsely thinking ones face has a blemish or pimple and due to the drugs the person continue to dig out a blemish that does NOT exist.
Definitions include: an unusually ugly woman.
Definitions include: "vagina."
Definitions include: to vomit.
Definitions include: "Tweep I'd like to follow."
Definitions include: something resembling a circus, especially loud and disorderly.
Definitions include: of a person, smelling very bad.
Definitions include: a person who is under the influence of drugs (esp. marijuana) more often than not.

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