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Definition of McGahee

McGahee

verb

  • the act of hyper extending another's or one's knee in a disgusting or morbid manner. Origin: the 2003 rose bowl when Willis Mcgahee injured his knee.
    Ohh Damn, he just mcgaheed his knee!

    Last edited on May 10 2003. Submitted by Paky, F. from Ridge Rd, Louisville, KY 40223, USA on May 10 2003.

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