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Definition of schnoogins

schnoogins

  • statement of agreement; "word".
    Dude, let's go buy a blunt.

    Response: Schnoogins.

    Last edited on Jul 28 2012. Submitted by Caleb from Ft Worth, TX, USA on Dec 15 2002.

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