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worm dirt
 n.— «I chewed that worm dirt for 18 years and feel muy grateful to HP that I haven’t had a need to pick it up in 53 days and a drink in 35 ODAAT.» —“Re: cigarettes @ 2 pounds/packet” by Gregg11897 Usenet: alt.recovery.aa Feb. 22, 1997. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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