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Definition of rollin' rat

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Other terms relating to 'friend, friends':

Definitions include: Another term used for a good friend too cool for his own good.
Definitions include: homie.
Definitions include: spelling variant of "dog".
Definitions include: a best friend.
Definitions include: to be very close friends.
Definitions include: a true friend.
Definitions include: good friend. "homey." originated from the movie Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.
Definitions include: The feeling of really wanting to befriend a stranger or acquaintance.
Definitions include: a friend.
Definitions include: An all-together, cool-headed person; 2. A very cool person; 3. A good, cool friend.
Definitions include: in agreement with a plan to do something.
Definitions include: a girl that a guy thinks very highly of and cares about.
Definitions include: a good friend that is more like a brother.
Definitions include: Also used as 'neezy' as in the phrase "Fo' sheezy my neezy."
Definitions include: friend.

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Other terms relating to 'rat':

Definitions include: very crazy.
Definitions include: to care.
Definitions include: a person who frequents gyms.
Definitions include: the need to defecate.
Definitions include: skanky, ghetto looking female who always hangs with groups of guys.
Definitions include: stuff that a hood rat would do.
Definitions include: a person who hangs out at malls.
Definitions include: a person who obsessively hoards objects.
Definitions include: a derogatory term for females, implying promiscuity.
Definitions include: very drunk.
Definitions include: extremely drunk.
Definitions include: a bastard.
Definitions include: A telephone number that is used by the police to enable citizens to provide anonymous information.
Definitions include: to inform on.
Definitions include: to report misdeeds to an authority; "narc", "snitch".

Other terms relating to 'roll':

Definitions include: toilet paper.
Definitions include: acronym for "falling off chair, rolling on floor, laughing out loud".
Definitions include: rolling on the floor laughing
Definitions include: to start a process.
Definitions include: sex.
Definitions include: very easy to do.
Definitions include: a wad of currency in small denominations with a large denomination bill around the outside to make it look like more money.
Definitions include: An extremely painful event, akin to having your testicles overrun by a steamroller.
Definitions include: performing well.
Definitions include: When you click on a link on the web and the link takes you to a site other than where you had anticipated it to go.
Definitions include: to initiate an action.
Definitions include: "that's great!"
Definitions include: acronym for "rolling on floor laughing".
Definitions include: acronym for "rolling on floor laughing my ass off".
Definitions include: acronym for "rolling on [the] floor laughing my fucking ass off".

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