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Definition of tunafest

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Definitions include: delirium tremens (alcohol withdrawal symptoms).
Definitions include: a mess, a really bad situation.
Definitions include: A member of a youth subculture which flourished in New Zealand and Australia in the 1950s. Long hair, stovepipe jeans, crepe soled shoes. Similar to British teddy boys
Definitions include: when a person's nipples stand out on end due to cold temperature or stimulation.
Definitions include: foolish.
Definitions include: to ingest LSD and Ecstasy (MDMA) at the same time.
Definitions include: uncivilized person, a redneck, a person from Oklahoma.
Definitions include: in my town - a somewhat off the beaten path seaside resort town - a derogatory term for a summer resident, seasonal resident, part time resident.
Definitions include: to physically beat.
Definitions include: a victory cheer. HELL YEAH!

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