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Definition of staycation

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Definitions include: money.
Definitions include: a problem or grudge with someone.
Definitions include: one of your good buddies that is also a neighbor, or a neighbor that you become tight with.
Definitions include: Having sex in the woods.
Definitions include: to speak without discretion.
Definitions include: exclamation, pronounced "Moe" as in the guy that has a bar on the Simpsons, usually used in agreement.
Definitions include: Applies to men while playing golf. If you hit the ball and don't make it past the ladies tee this is called a dick out. At which point you are supposed to play with your pants unzipped for the rest of that hole.
Definitions include: a new popular thing.
Definitions include: to insert one's self uninvited into a photograph being taken.
Definitions include: to engage in an unproductive activity; waste time.

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