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Definition of splackavellie

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Definitions include: having a girlfriend.
Definitions include: a person who sells schlock - worthless or low-quality goods.
Definitions include: to be weak, low-powered, soft, unthreatening comes from the company Nerf that makes soft foamy toys
Definitions include: of a female, to masturbate.
Definitions include: on a shirt with multiple buttons, the "gaping open" of an area between buttons.
Definitions include: the "real world" time of day - i.e. the time of day displayed by the clock on the wall - rather than other measures of time, such as a computer's current uptime.
Definitions include: a fan of Jimmy Buffet.
Definitions include: of weather, cold, causing nipples to harden.
Definitions include: to react with extreme emotion.
Definitions include: an execution carried out with firearms shot from a moving vehicle.

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