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Definition of spankerchief

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Definitions include: snack food, especially "junk" food.
Definitions include: a female who is inattentive or forgetful: "spaced-out."
Definitions include: a person who takes from others and never returns the favor.
Definitions include: to engage in coitus.
Definitions include: an innocent or inexperienced male.
Definitions include: suck a dick, used as an insult.
Definitions include: extremely wealthy.
Definitions include: the art of "throwing" one's farts in such a way that the sound and/or smell seems to come from a source other than the farter.
Definitions include: spilling a small quantity of a beverage (usually a 40 ounce container of beer) on the ground in order to honor the deceased.
Definitions include: to vomit. Also do the Technicolor yawn.

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