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Definition of pudge

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Definitions include: a bitch.
Definitions include: to intentionally lose a competition, usually for money.
Definitions include: It means that the person in question is trying to get the attention of the person they are speaking to, but the person they are speaking to is lost in their own thoughts and not paying attention to them. Because the person is said to be 'spacing out', they are being contacted by earth.
Definitions include: narrowly.
Definitions include: McDonald's restaurant.
Definitions include: able to handle or tolerate.
Definitions include: nice rack
Definitions include: A girl so ugly she looks like she got hit with a shovel.
Definitions include: to be near failure or death.
Definitions include: usually to look or to feel up-down, means to look or to feel absolutely screwed up.. You were obviously looking up-down when you hung over :).

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