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Definition of Mixican

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Definitions include: a code used in medical situations to indicate that the patient has defecated themselves.
Definitions include: Any Highland man living North of Cumbernauld, Scotland, who likes nothing better than a good fecht (fight) with his house, after a gallon of whisky and then into bed for a frolic with his beloved sheep wife.
Definitions include: a lot of, "loads of"
Definitions include: to kiss with tongue contact.
Definitions include: to leave in a hurry or abruptly.
Definitions include: not cool.
Definitions include: a dirty or unpleasant task that one must do since it is part of one's share of the work, and that others have taken their turn doing before them.
Definitions include: See also go postal.
Definitions include: insane.
Definitions include: on a social networking website, to remove someone from one's list of friends.

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