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whickerbill

whickerbill
 n.— «Since you’ve red Dr Sooos, does this mean you dribble in your cornflakes, and fondle your whickerbill at dusk on full moon evenings, or what?» —“Re: Nazi’s Were/Tim Starr can’t clean the poop off his shoes or out of his mind” by Bill Ziegler Usenet: ca.politics Dec. 16, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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