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Definition of keg

keg

noun

  • a fat stomach. The opposite of a six pack
                                                                            

    Citation from "Jaws Wired Shut", ''The Simpsons'' (TV) season 13, episode 9 censored in hope of resolving Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Jan 26 2021. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 26 2021.

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