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Definition of skivvie

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Definitions include: A man or woman that is non-social and is afraid of every moving object.
Definitions include: something dangerous.
Definitions include: to fight physically.
Definitions include: to examine something.
Definitions include: an unintelligent person.
Definitions include: humorous way of referring to one's lack of wealth.
Definitions include: to vomit
Definitions include: see be arsed.
Definitions include: the breakage of links on the web as their targets disappear.
Definitions include: We are the Rutland rats. To fit the bill we enter treatment programmes for chemical dependency, sometimes twice usually in our mid twenties, crack jokes at any opportunity and genuinely enjoy ourselves. We love the food and guffaw loudly to American sitcoms at the weekends. We'll relapse very shortly after and sometimes die. We are the Rutland rats.

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