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  • v. To tamper or damage telephone systems. Has spread to the world of hacking, and basically means any sort of electrical/computer damage done intentionally. n. one who phucks.
    We used a blue box to phuck the lines around our house.

    Last edited on Dec 23 2002. Submitted by Nick U. from Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada on Dec 23 2002.

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