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Definition of Snowpocalypse

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Definitions include: the person who one is destined to marry.
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Definitions include: general malaise felt on the first day back to work after the weekend.
Definitions include: to tattoo.
Definitions include: contraction for "going to."
Definitions include: An expression of great excitement and/or happiness. Possible origin in a comic book of the same name.
Definitions include: euphemism for "to have sex".
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Definitions include: Milwaukee slang for "wimp".
Definitions include: having large, rippling muscles and extremely low body fat.

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