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1.
Important information about stuff, offered by weebls-stuff.com.
I've seen things, I've seen them with my eyes!
I've seen things, they're often in disguise, like:
Carrots,
Handbags,
Cheese,
Toilets,
Russians,
Planets,
Hamsters,
Weddings,
Poets,
Stalin,
KUALA LUMPUR!
Pygmies,
Budgies,
KUALA LUMPUR!
I've seen things, I've seen them with my eyes!
I've seen things, they're often in disguise, like:
Carrots,
Handbags,
Cheese.
by Shivers October 28, 2004
 
2.
Scampis is a dish that is found at Tony Roma's restaurant in Savannah, Georigia, and many other locations across the United States. Scampis is a very popular dish among many people, and can be enjoyed inside the apexes of triangles.
I ate scampis today at Tony Roma's!
by scampisforlife June 23, 2011
 
3.
The combination of being both a Skank and a Tramp.
Did you hear about Janele and that security guard? She is so scampi!
by Hortensia April 10, 2007
 
4.
Scampi is the plural of scampo, the Italian name for the Norway lobster Nephrops norvegicus, also known by the names "Dublin Bay Prawn" and "Langoustine". The fleshy tail of the Norway lobster is good eating, closer in both taste and texture to lobster and crayfish than prawn or shrimp. In the United Kingdom, the term scampi is used to describe a dish of shelled tail meat, coated in breadcrumbs or batter, deep fried and served with chips. In the Southern Hemisphere, other species of lobster are used instead, such as the New Zealand lobster.

In the USA, the term scampi is used as the name for a dish of shrimp served in Garlic butter.
Oye that scampi is wicked even though FaeLLe never tasted it.
by FaeLLe March 20, 2006
 
5.
refers to the group of classless sluts who haven't learnt to walk in their ridiculous shoes and wear skirts that you can see their vaginas. They travel in packs.
kate: look at that desperate scampi!
raj: don't look you might get pregnant!

kate: go back to penrith you scampi, your heel is broken!!!!
raj: oh no im pregnant.
by _max May 09, 2011
 
6.
A person who is inbetween posh and common.
Paul: that Kelly is a bit scampi.
by Kel from banners April 25, 2008
 
7.
An amalgam or mixture of crustaceans. Not to be confused with the Dublin Bay Prawn.
In a typical English pub, one would ask for 'Scampi & Chips', rather than asking for an 'amalgam of crustaceans & chips'.
by Fisherman Bill November 08, 2006