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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Then the last was gone; vanished, redigested and amalgamated by the original length of star steel.
No doubt we shall all get _redigested_ as soon as we get back, but meantime, as a set-off to the hardship, one knows what it is to feel free.
I've glancingly mentioned it several times that I've undertaken a really massive review of porn and/or erotic photos on the web as digested and reposted and redigested and reposted on the Twitter-like photo-blogging service Tumblr. com.
Then I scoop up your gut-puddle and I feed it to your still-living hollowed-out husk with a pinch of oregano for flavor, and I watch as your redigested innards once again fall out of your body cavity and ruin your expensive shoes, and I laugh, and laugh.
Now I’ve masticated, digested, chewed my cud, redigested ew, and I think I’m ready to give this film its full due long after anyone cares anymore.