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Definition of Sipkes



  • Sipkes usually means "Jerks", but it can also mean "Idiots". Example:
    Hey frank, a bunch of contractors came to the factory I own today, they left toilet paper all over the bathrooms, they didn't cleanup after themselves, and they did the job lazy. I eventually fired them, but before I did, I called them Sipkes.

    Last edited on Oct 02 2016. Submitted by LeTesla on Oct 02 2016.

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