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Definition of shnikies

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Definitions include: a computer program that performs automated tasks, usually in response to requests from users.
Definitions include: to be totally drunk, full of alcohol, intoxicated.
Definitions include: noun, a substitute for stuff; thing; a thing-a-ma-jigger; something random; what you say when the proper word cannot be found.
Definitions include: hotdog, frankfurter.
Definitions include: sanitary towel / napkin.
Definitions include: get with the program, get your head out of your ass, stop acting in a foolish manner, originated from the smashing pumpkins song "where boys fear to tread" (otherwise known as "the bomb").
Definitions include: someone who has it together, is in the zone, on, all that or got it together.
Definitions include: to have sex.
Definitions include: to be inadequate or displeasing.
Definitions include: adj.

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