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buckaloose

buckaloose
 adj.— «Wen look like everyting boing come all buckaloose and maybe going get war, ees up to da bruddahs and sistahs who get da cool head, dey da ones gotta say someting for protess da crime and da outrage das going be perpetuated on top a-dem.» —by Jena Osman Chain 10: translucinacion Sept. 1, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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