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Definition of whistledick

whistledick

  • Stupid 2. Meaningless 3. Useless 4. Ridiculous.
    Have you seen that whistledick policy?

    Last edited on Jan 07 2003. Submitted by Paul M. from Evansville, IN, USA on Jan 07 2003.

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