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Definition of Motorbreath

Motorbreath

  • Bad MF'n breath. The kind that makes people run! Caused from bad oral hygiene, halatosis, rot, suckin dirty ass,etc.

    Last edited on Jan 11 2018. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 11 2018.

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