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Definition of Rick ramsey'd

Rick ramsey'd

  • I came home to find all my belongings missing, "I've been Rick Ramsey'd!"

    Last edited on Jun 19 2020. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 19 2020.


  • To be completely screwed over by someone. "Damn he Rick Ramsey'd your ass!"

    Last edited on Jun 19 2020. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 19 2020.

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