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Definition of squirrely

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Definitions include: unintelligent.
Definitions include: to flatulate
Definitions include: "grandfather".
Definitions include: a small amount.
Definitions include: to perpetrate acts of premeditated violence.
Definitions include: extremely mad or irritated.
Definitions include: very quiet.
Definitions include: used in conversation to announce or respond to an ordinary event, with the sarcastic implication that the event is newsworthy.
Definitions include: Everything's good.
Definitions include: Pertaining to meat addiction or the franchising of "eating my meat." The extremity being gaeda in the form of ternal feeding tubes or leavened, unhearthy meat, pink slime, etc. Gaeda is akin to cannibalism and covetousness; thusly portrayed as the reason for the great flood. It is bewarned as the "Pharoh's leaven" later in the new testament.

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