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Definition of nlnn U

nlnn U

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  • A slang way of typing the explicit phrase Fuck you or Flipping someone the bird with the right hand. Compare to: Forget you or F/U. She typed in my facebook comments I hate you, so I replied [nlnn U] slut. She said oh ok...LOL

    Last edited on May 12 2018. Submitted by Jaye-Supreme on May 12 2018.

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