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Definition of lysdexic

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Definitions include: Slang in bouldercity NV for weed
Definitions include: abbreviation for "cheerleading bimbo", a popular airhead girl.
Definitions include: to resolve issues after a fight.
Definitions include: ODL is "Slang" for Ocala's Dirty Laundry. A facebook group. It is becoming a social media phenomenon and it describes the businesses and general life and gossip of a small Florida town with a no-holds bared approach. An online gossip and "reality internet" website is in the works where people will be able to upload photos and chronicle the nightlife of Ocala as well as other cities. Jane: Wow.. while i was working today and sipping my latte i checked my facebook and did you see where David was arrested for DUI last night? Bonnie: Where did you hear that? Jane: I saw it on Ocala's Dirty Laundry
Definitions include: a "gin and tonic" drink.
Definitions include: dumb, not smart, stupid
Definitions include: to masturbate, typically used in the case of men
Definitions include: vulva; "vagina".
Definitions include: to step up (improve) one's game (performance).
Definitions include: Misspelling of scrilla.

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