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Numerology information Trit:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Definition funny of Trit:
Where the belly extends past the tits. Aka a third tit.
Dude! Look at that bitches TRIT! HOLY FUCK!
noun - horny turtle verb - walk across the desert balancing a dozen eggs on your head carrying the chicken in your right hand while blindfolded adj - soft and furry like a lama
Go trit yourself. Tritty-titty. You are such a trit.
Abbreviation of "Trampoline Tits" Large and bouncy breasts; often displaying trampoline-like qualities.
I tried throwing a pebble at her chest, but it bounced off her trits and hit me in the face.
Songs about Trit:
Ighiyi Trit Izman by Bnat Oudaden from the Album Achkid Stamano
Isii trit by Nabyla Maan from the Album Aech hyatek (Vis ta vie)
Lghyi trit njobakon by Tislatine Onzar from the Album Tislatine Onzar
Mani Trit Ayadarino by Group Boufoullouss from the Album Berber Marrakesh
Mit Giche Trit by Benzion Witler from the Album Oyfn Pripetshik Jewish Folksongs
The Mute (T-Trit Remix) by Nodin from the Album The Mute (Remixes EP)
Papaya (Trit Trat Polka) by Cartoon All-Stars from the Album Cartoon Hits
Books about Trit:
Trits by Bouts Axel (1989)
Grupy d?wiekowe polskie tart i cir(z)?, jako odpowiedniki starobulgarskiej trit, oraz ich donioslo?? dla odbudowy... by Fra?ciszek Krczek (Jan 1, 1907)
Der alef-beys, trit bay trit: Jiddisch lesen und schreiben lernen (German Edition) by Dorothea Greve, Smadar Raveh-Klemke and Karin Weiss (Oct 31, 2013)
Ershte Trit : a Lernbukh Far Onfanger by Haim. Grant (1934)
GEBRENTE TRIT: EYNDRIKN UN IBERLEBUNGEN FUN A PLITIM-VANDERUNG. by Zusman. Segalowitch (1947)
Trits: Mis, Mirakel, Drif (Afrikaans Edition) by Reza de Wet (Dec 31, 1993)
Wiki information Trit:
Tritium is a radioactive isotope of hydrogen. The nucleus of tritium contains one proton and two neutrons, whereas the nucleus of protium contains one proton and no neutrons. Naturally occurring tritium is extremely rare on Earth, where trace amounts...
Triticale, is a hybrid of wheat and rye first bred in laboratories during the late 19th century in Scotland and Sweden. Commercially available triticale is almost always a second generation hybrid, i.e., a cross between two kinds of primary...