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Definition of what's shakin', bacon

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Other terms relating to 'hello and other greetings':

Definitions include: a greeting.
Definitions include: a greeting.
Definitions include: a greeting; "what's the deal?"; "what's going on?".
Definitions include: "what's up".
Definitions include: a greeting, usually between men.
Definitions include: Same thing as "what's up."
Definitions include: "hello".
Definitions include: a shortened form of "what's up".
Definitions include: variant of "What's up".
Definitions include: very good, excellent, impressive; "cool"; "awesome".
Definitions include: "What's happening?" Used as a greeting.
Definitions include: a greeting similar in form to "What's up?" or "What's crackin'?", but more related to new trends on the Internet.
Definitions include: a greeting, similar to the likes of "What's up?"
Definitions include: what's up, what's going on, not actually a question. more like a statement.
Definitions include: to talk or to contact, especially at some later time.

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Other terms relating to 'bacon':

Definitions include: the police.
Definitions include: to earn an income.
Definitions include: Used when seeing or detecting the presence of a cop nearby.

Other terms relating to 'shake':

Definitions include: a sign of disapproval.
Definitions include: a person with influence.
Definitions include: semen.
Definitions include: Loose marijuana leaf and stem pieces left at the bottom of an almost empty bag of pot.
Definitions include: to hurry.
Definitions include: an easy-to-make variety of methamphetamine.
Definitions include: to extort.
Definitions include: to urinate.
Definitions include: To urinate.
Definitions include: to urinate (male)
Definitions include: to turn out; come to be.
Definitions include: delirium tremens (alcohol withdrawal symptoms).
Definitions include: to masturbate.
Definitions include: to shake the drops of urine off one's penis after urination.
Definitions include: To urinate.

Other terms relating to 'what's':

Definitions include: a shortened form of "what's up".
Definitions include: a combination of the word 'sup and the word b.
Definitions include: what's up bud of friend.
Definitions include: it means: what is up? how are you?
Definitions include: an emphatic acknowledgement.
Definitions include: "what's up".
Definitions include: "what's up".
Definitions include: variant of "What's up".
Definitions include: a greeting similar in form to "What's up?" or "What's crackin'?", but more related to new trends on the Internet.
Definitions include: a greeting.
Definitions include: "What's cracking?" i.e. "What's happening?" Used as a greeting.
Definitions include: a greeting, synonymous with greetings such as "What's going on?"
Definitions include: "What's happening?" Used as a greeting.
Definitions include: what's up or what's happening.
Definitions include: a greeting, synonymous with "What's up?".

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