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Definition of jitty

jitty

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Definitions include: natural, untrimmed pubic hair ("bush"), especially on a female.
Definitions include: to waste time in order to avoid confrontation or a potentially uncomfortable situation.
Definitions include: to perform with vigor.
Definitions include: time to get serious about doing something.
Definitions include: acronym for "word of the day".
Definitions include: having large, rippling muscles and extremely low body fat.
Definitions include: Smoking weed; Herb; Ganja
Definitions include: a technique of quitting something addictive by completely stopping using it.
Definitions include: the result of a male ejaculating on a person's chest, such that the semen resembles a pearl necklace.
Definitions include: a service offered by some prostitutes, in which they attempt to replicate the experience of being with a girlfriend.

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