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red
A backwoods-dwelling, inbred, adulterous, possibly female Hillbilly from Michigan's lower peninsula. Usually identified by a pasty, yet blotchy skin color and a drug store dye job. Identification is easier when she's having one of her trademark herpes outbreaks, which turns the crotch a legionous and slimy red color.
"Oh my gosh, can you believe Double S actually married red?"
de Spanky4679 28 novembre 2005
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red
Flavor of kool-aid to a black person.
Mom: Ey hunnah! I'm hittin' up the local Safeway. Does yo bitch ass need anythin!?
Son: Yeah git me some kool-aid bitch!
Mom: What flava?!
Son: red!
de AuntieTATA 23 août 2005
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Street-name for secanol--a barbituate/downer. Secanols are called reds because 1) it's easier to say than secanol when you're jaw is too numb to work and 2) the pills are lipstick-red.
We should all take a lesson from Jimi Hendrix--Never mix reds with whiskey and then choke on your own vomit.
de Bill Brasky 16 décembre 2004
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Red
1) One of the three primary colours of paint. When mixed with yellow, it would make orange. When mixed with blue, it would make purple. It is opposite green on the colour wheel.

2) One of the three primary colours of light. When mixed with green, it makes yellow. When mixed with blue, it makes magenta. It is opposite cyan on the colour wheel.
That is a nice shade of red.
de Psychic Jack 13 septembre 2003
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4.
Nickname for Marlboro Red cigarettes.
"Yo bitch, let me bum a red."
de teenage whore 27 février 2005
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5.
Red
Morgan Freeman in The Shawshank Redemption.
So was Red.

I don't run the scams Red, I just process the profits.

Morgan is always so Red in his movies.
de Uveck 28 mai 2008
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6.
Red
1) a communist
2) CCC tablet (Coricidin, OTC anti-tussive medicine)
1) "You reds!"
2) "He passed out on 48 reds (!)"
de pheel 7 juin 2003
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red
Red is a nickname given to red-headed females by strangers walking by. Its supposed to be a term of endearment, but I don't quite understand it. Having red hair, I have been called Red many times by strangers. If I were to say "Nada Brown (or Blonde, or Black, or Grey), whad up wit you?", that would be insulting. So why is it ok to call me Red?
"Yo Red, whad up?"
"Hey Red, happy new year."
"Sup Red?"
de marsy 1 janvier 2005
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