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Breepe, sounds like:(bree-eep)or(bree-eepe), is a word used to refer to anything such as objects or food. It originated when a victim who had been beaten up, wrote in her statement that she had a bruise on her "breepe". Because this word had no official meaning, people began using it as a word to refer to basically anything. It can be used as a verb, adjective or noun. This word can be used as shown in the following example sentences.
"Jennifer just watched Dan get breepe poured all over him and it was hilarious!"
-In this situation, breepe was used as a reference to sugar, which was poured on Dan.

"Jennifer, get the breepe out of my house! I'm trying to sleep!"

"You look like breepe beat you up and left you for dead!"
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Depending on the use, it may be spelled differently like shown in the examples below.....

"I'm tired of you breeping me around the house!"

"She waited too long and now she's totally breeped!"

"That breeper wants to take you out to dinner?!"

"Theres about thirty breepes in the box"
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by Jennifer Tink Kirkland January 22, 2009
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Breepe, sounds like:(bree-eep)or(bree-eepe), is a word used to refer to anything such as objects or food. It originated when a victim who had been beaten up, wrote in her statement that she had a bruise on her "breepe". Because this word had no official meaning, people began using it as a word to refer to basically anything. It can be used as a verb, adjective or noun. This word can be used as shown in the following example sentences.
"Jennifer just watched Dan get breepe poured all over him and it was hilarious!"
-In this situation, breepe was used as a reference to sugar, which was poured on Dan.

"Jennifer, get the breepe out of my house! I'm trying to sleep!"

"You look like breepe beat you up and left you for dead!"
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Depending on the use, it may be spelled differently like shown in the examples below.....

"I'm tired of you breeping me around the house!"

"She waited too long and now she's totally breeped!"

"That breeper wants to take you out to dinner?!"

"Theres about thirty breepes in the box"
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by Jennifer Tink Kirkland January 22, 2009
1 3