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Definition of wonderwoman

wonderwoman

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Definitions include: 'Japanese Motorbike', UK slang, east Midlands area. Euphemism for the female ailment also known as 'Thrush'(Medical term. Manifesting as a mild to severe skin itching caused by the opportunistic yeast infection 'Candida Albicans').
Definitions include: What Sean keogh is to Scott Harte
Definitions include: totally messed up, like one can imagine that a "soup sandwich" would be.
Definitions include: To think.
Definitions include: a great quantity.
Definitions include: a bad tantrum.
Definitions include: to act in an outlandish manner in order to attract female attention.
Definitions include: See third wheel.
Definitions include: online chatting acronym for "age, sex, location?" That is, an inquiry into a person's age, gender, and location.
Definitions include: an old man.

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