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Definition of switcheroo

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Definitions include: one's first time doing something.
Definitions include: A person who listens to "classic rock" (late 60s through 70s). Usually wear denim, boots. Often found living in the hinterland of a major city.
Definitions include: a general insult.
Definitions include: a peron who is slow and dont know what they are talking about
Definitions include: anal sex.
Definitions include: to have an erection.
Definitions include: a person born during the "Baby Boom" - a period of increased childbirth in the United States from approximately 1943 to 1960.
Definitions include: nitrous oxide for automotive racing purposes.
Definitions include: Surfing the web with a smartphone while on the toilet
Definitions include: To do something, completely, without restraint.

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