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Definition of pididdle

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Definitions include: unstable, strange; not right in the head.
Definitions include: used to describe an outburst of anger or tantrum (Dummy, pacifier - a rubber teat used by babies for suckling).
Definitions include: To Chill for long periods of time, North West Region posted, when you have no plans on doing anything else when your chilling, Post up to plan on posting.
Definitions include: a small marijuana joint; usually rolled in short length rolling papers
Definitions include: vagina.
Definitions include: and the same to you.
Definitions include: to coerce someone into some form of romantic or flirtatious activity.
Definitions include: a person who - as a profession - repossesses things for which loan payments are behind.
Definitions include: acronym for "that shit crazy" or "that shit cray".
Definitions include: to flatulate; "fart".

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