noun, plural: street gypsies
i. A speaker of street gyps, the 2nd national language of the Canadian Rockies
ii. A steeztastic culmination of tight jeans and gypsy rags. Not the type to floss an XL tee. Draped in grease curtains and oft wearing sticky boots, they stomp squirrels and go mach chicken. Easily sighted near butter boxes.
Spread kollosal ketchup on everything they touch, similar to gnarly mustard.
Dude: Maddy you street gypsy, go wash your greasy face curtains.
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