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Definition of Kennywood's open

Kennywood's open

  • This term means "Your fly (zipper) is open". Equivalent to "The Barn door's open". "Kennywood" refers to an Amusement Park in the Pittsburgh, PA area.

    Last edited on Mar 30 2013. Submitted by Eric W. from Lansing, MI, USA on Aug 09 2005.

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