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Used to describe someone who is hotter than hot. From Chris Lilley's show Ja'mie: Private School Girl
"OMG, Hugo is so quiche."
"I really wish that I had a quiche girlfriend like Izzy"
by ACBP October 23, 2013
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Someone who is the next level of hotness, one of the main measures of quicheness in a girl is her 'box gap'. Such as in Ja'mie private school girl.
OH MY GOD that quy is so totally quiche
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"You look so beautiful Chloe, I want to quiche you so much right now."

"His quiche was so passionate"

"Should I wait until the end of the date to give her a quiche?"
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Quiche is a slang term for a situation that is hot, sweaty or sticky.
'Turn the heating down me Julie, it's a bit quiche in here'
by Tommy Theobald November 30, 2005
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Female genitalia.

Can be used in numerous ways often with hilarious consequences when situated near a buffet...
"X has got a cheesy quiche" (Often sung)

"Oh, crusty quiche"

"Look at that fork-in quiche" (See what we did there)
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"Quiche.............Quiche you say what is that?"............

Well in short its a craze that is taking off in the East Midlands, more specifically Lenton, the student area of Nottingham. Scrapping the definition, quiche has become 'THE' word on the street. Taking any form of adjective, noun, verb and so on, quiche is the perfect word for everything. Quiche is always used in GOOD manor and in delight. The fact that it rolls of the tongue with such a satisfying ease is why it is so good. Examples include:

Endless possibilities........Quiche is dot dot dot dot dot.
Man those jagearbombs got me absolutely quiched last night
by Quiche Pioneer January 27, 2011
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