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  • So underground its hot; closer to hell then above ground is.
    That club was steady Spanish dawg.

    Last edited on May 18 2011. Submitted by Eddie G. on Jan 10 2005.

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Definitions include: a blow, hit, strike, etc.
Definitions include: See in hell.
Definitions include: to hit. Often spoken as a sound effect when playfully hitting a friend, especially when they do or say something stupid.
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Definitions include: a slightly sarcastic response to an unintelligible remark.
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