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Definition of n2

n2

  • cigarette.
    Hook up an n2; what up on an n2.

    Last edited on Feb 07 2002. Submitted by craig j. from Mt Vernon, WA, USA on Feb 07 2002.

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Definitions include: a person who seems good on the outside, but in the bedroom is a freak and likes to get freaky (have sex).
Definitions include: something that is currently popular.
Definitions include: something big.
Definitions include: to make one look stupid in private or in public.
Definitions include: a person who loses all stability and composure mentally and emotionally.
Definitions include: an intensifier.
Definitions include: "situation".
Definitions include: you ride on top... as in having sex.
Definitions include: a person who has no knowledge of, or who has never experienced, a particular thing or event.
Definitions include: a person who shows off themselves in a strutting manner, a swagger.

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