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Definition of pinner



  • taken advantage of; unfair treatment, or share of some item. used when having feelings of being screwed over.
    That's a pinner share of the profits.

    Last edited on Sep 06 2010. Submitted by Chris M. from Temecula, CA, USA on Jan 05 2002.


  • A joint (marijuana cigarette) that is rolled with a small amount of marijuana, less that the norm. Also resembles a pin because it is tiny and thin, unlike normal joints which are fatter.
    I only have a small bud left, but I could probably get a pinner out of it.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Tom R. from Buffalo, NY, USA on Jun 21 2004.

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