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Definition of Smells like teen Smear it

Smells like teen Smear it


  • Smells like teen Smear it

    Compare to yuuuck!!!

    The smell of something odorous that an adolescent put on a surface.

    GAWDDDD, what did that kid put on the wall, smells like teen Smear it!

    Last edited on Jan 11 2017. Submitted by Dr. P.D. Fisher on Jan 11 2017.

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