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    Do sth. for a head butt?

    Hi,
    I was wondering what "to do sth. for a head butt" means... Could not find it in the idiom section.
    Many thanks for your help
    Denitsa

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    Re: Do sth. for a head butt?

    =O.

    It doesn't mean anything to me. Try using Google to find a glossary of text message abbreviations, and see if there's a definition of sth.

    Head-butting is using your head to ram someone or something.


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    Re: Do sth. for a head butt?

    Do something that will produce the response of a head-butt [either physically or metaphorically]

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