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GFE
 n.— «When “Caroline” says, “Because of my fascination with men, and the fact that I love to please, I’m sure you will consider me a total GFE—and then some,” you know she’s promising you a girlfriend experience, which probably means she’s going to try some method acting on you. A GFE would, of course, be preferable to a “clockwatcher,” a provider who rushes and does not enjoy her work.» —“Laptop Pimpin’” by Jeff Stratton Palm Beach New Times (Florida) Nov. 18, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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