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Definition of whackadoodles

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Definitions include: so furiously angry about something or at someone that you will crash through anything that gets in your way; having a dishes throwing, furniture tossing temper tantrum; going on a rampage.
Definitions include: to lift weights.
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Definitions include: Team Killer - one who kills somebody on one's team in a computer game.
Definitions include: The process of removing the tags from items one has purchased, such as clothes, stuffed animals, furniture.
Definitions include: that will work. the phrase is normally used as a complete sentence.
Definitions include: reading, writing, and arithmetic.
Definitions include: large pieces of crystal meth
Definitions include: an old crazy man who is one's neighbor
Definitions include: to be quiet; "shut up".

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