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Definition of lightweight

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Definitions include: the primary focus of one's romantic life.
Definitions include: "I'm going to."
Definitions include: spelling variant of tushie.
Definitions include: extremely drunk.
Definitions include: not feeling well.
Definitions include: A person with a pronounced scar visible on their cranium, generally incurred from some sort of surgery, often from an altercation in a bar room, generally acquired by contact with a broken beer bottle. Also used to refer to a dumb ass, implying that their brain was removed, and the hole was stitched back up by a first year medical student that closed the wound with thick suture thread, leaving the impression of a zipper.
Definitions include: To Have sex.
Definitions include: Ken is a Scottish slang term for "know."
Definitions include: a mixture of shit (feces) and cum (semen.)
Definitions include: a type of shareware that interrupts use of the software to display a message asking the user to "register" the software (i.e. pay for it.)

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