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    PUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPU DDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDD IPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIP UDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUD DIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDI PUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPU DDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDI...
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    (Original post by a_t)
    Hi guys what is this? Anyone who can tell me gets reps



    PUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPU DDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDD IPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIP UDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUD DIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDI PUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPU DDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDIPUDDI...
    pudding |?p?d??|
    noun
    1 a dessert with a creamy consistency : chocolate pudding | a rice pudding.
    • chiefly Brit. any dessert.
    • chiefly Brit. the dessert course of a meal : what's for pudding?
    2 a sweet or savory steamed dish made with flour : Yorkshire pudding.
    • the intestines of a pig or sheep stuffed with oatmeal, spices, and meat and boiled. See also black pudding , blood pudding .
    • informal a fat, dumpy, or stupid person : away with you, you big pudding!
    PHRASES
    in the pudding club Brit., informal pregnant.
    DERIVATIVES
    puddingy adjective
    ORIGIN Middle English (denoting a sausage such as black pudding): apparently from Old French boudin ‘black pudding,’ from Latin botellus ‘sausage, small intestine.’
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    I think the video is quite self explanatory
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    you said puddi.
    Which in english, translated from punjabi is...

    vagina.
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    Puddi = vagina, in asian-lingo.
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    Creme caramel?
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    I don't know but I want it.
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    LOL that's so cute I can't stop laughing
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    :fyi: it's a flan, not a pudding.

    Apparently this thing is a kit to make bucket pudding, although I have previously made my stance on this claim quite clear.
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    Enough of this 4chan crap.

    The only puddi I know means pussy :perv:
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    I thought you meant the punjabi term.
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