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utzy
 adj.— «I have no idea how she did it, but somehow, with the aid of many towels and a few wash clothes, she not only helped me clean up but got a fresh sheet on the bed. I was dizzy and nauseous but when she was finished with me, I felt like a million bucks. No utzy spa ever felt better. She was my hero and I’ll never forget her.» —“Re: i’ll admit it…” by voxofafox@aol.com (VoxofaFox) Usenet: alt.tv.general-hospital Jan. 19, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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