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- v. Common misspelling of departs.
- v. to remove the trousers from someone, often by force or surprise.
Not only that, but they will have a committee set up to go around and depants all elders wearing depends.
It's true, even though it's not in any of the bills, there will be a 'depants grandma' committee.
Hoping, desperately, for fate to depants the twit.
Campagnolo also ships far better bearings than Shimano, has better shifter ergonomics pre 11 speed than shitmano and frankly Chorus can depants Dura Ace any day...
Can you imagine the uproar that would have occurred if the girls kidnapped, depants and stuck one of the males in Abu Dhabi into the back of their limousine and left him there overnight?
Maus is attempting to depants me, and then he’ll probably defenstrate me and it’s a long way to the moat and I can’t swim!