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Tweeker
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A methamphetamine user.
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twerk
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To shake yo ass see song "Gas Pedal"
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twinkies
Posted by: pol
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1: twins. 2:young gay male
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Two big dogs whip a little one?!
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Certainty. Yes. Affirmative. Of course.
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two puppies fighting in a bag
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large breasted woman without a bra
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Two-bit
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Cheap. Equal to a U.S. 25 cent piece.
"2 bit son-of-a-bitch 2 bit whore"
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Two-four
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Posted by: Canuck WordsmithRating:1.0  
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The Canuck way to buy beer... A case of twentyfour [cans or bottles] ... E.g. I'll take two two-fours. No, that's not a double-double-square!
Bring back childhood memories. Comment by: Tim    Rated:5/5
Hells yeah. the two-four is always present during alcohol conversations. Comment by: Rae   
Two-four Weekend - being a long (3 day) weekend. Comment by: Eidei   
A two-four is regional. When I was growing up, beer came in a case of 12, and was in a long box, 2 bottles by 6 bottles. Comment by: Sketchguy   
In Ontario we also refer to the May long weekend as the "May 2-4 weekend" usually it consists of the first parties of the year outdoors. Also known as "Bush Parties" Comment by: MrDubie    Rated:5/5
Fixing my earlier post, lol it refers to the weekend of the 24th, usually the long weekend of May! Comment by: MrDubie   
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