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Definition of LITT

LITT

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  • The original slang meaning is used to describe a person or persons that are experiencing euphoria from marijuana. Second meaning is used to describe an exciting event. Origin location: Lynwood Ca.
    Man!, Dre that orange cushion had me so [LITT] last night.

    Last edited on Jan 27 2017. Submitted by Jaye-Supreme on Jan 27 2017.

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Definitions include: someone who fucks all night beyond belief.
Definitions include: to defecate.
Definitions include: to be highly stoned.
Definitions include: to become angry about something that the speaker doesn't think is worthy.
Definitions include: a very attractive person
Definitions include: the vulva.
Definitions include: fellatio.

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