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 n.— «My head’s been out of whack for the past 2 weeks, anybody who has talked to me during that time probably knows what i’m talking aboot(misspelling, breaking/dropping crap in chem lab, speakee in foblish, etc.) otherwise not being my normal, grammatically-perfect, smooth self.» —“It begins…” by School (Skewl) School’s Blog Oct. 24, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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