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Definition of lude

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Definitions include: to spread a term, idea, concept or style about. Origin: a sticky, flammable substance. When used in bombs, the explosion covers the surrounding area in napalm. Thus when one napalms an idea etc., they cover the area with it.
Definitions include: acronym for "brick-and-mortar".
Definitions include: black wind pants.
Definitions include: to talk negative or degrade someone anonymously.
Definitions include: a metaphorical tree that causes ugliness when one falls out of it.
Definitions include: an act committed voluntarily by two willing counterparts, a bond created between human and pastry. a ring of sugar is left upon perfect completion of this ancient egyptian pain and relief method. female party slips donut onto males penis and unsures the perfect fit, while the male sits back and enjoys the best donut he's never had.
Definitions include: an Internet "Law" (i.e. observation that often holds true) formulated by Mike Godwin.
Definitions include: to steal.
Definitions include: acronym for "dick and balls".
Definitions include: "no".

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