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Definition of mamyjammer

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Definitions include: thousands of dollars.
Definitions include: acronym for "laughing my rear off" or "laughing my rump off".
Definitions include: to drink (alcohol) with friends, before going out to a bar, clubs, parties etc.
Definitions include: cocaine "My nostril is lined with copious amounts of huey!" "I'm about to pick up some huey"
Definitions include: Coined in XKCD web comic #739: "a portmanteau created by incorrectly combining a malapropism with a neologism."
Definitions include: a person in a position of authority who is strict or mean.
Definitions include: "thing" or any item you can't remember the name of.
Definitions include: well-performing.
Definitions include: a person who writes (source) code; "programmer".
Definitions include: to engage in intimate physical contact, usually intercourse. Also jump (one's) bones.

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