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There is a song by Blink 182, called 'family reunion', and it says a bunch of dirty words consecutively, mainly having to do with female/male anatomy, bad names to call someone, and bodily functions. At the end it says Twat, and i was just curious what it is. I have a preminition is part of the female anatomy. I would ask them if I could...but that would take a long time. Thanks for your time, and sorry if i put this in the wrong place
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Yup, "twat" is a term for the female genitals, and it's also a derogatory term to call someone.
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