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babysit

Drug slang
verb A regional term meaning to guide someone through a first experience with hallucinogenic or psychotropic drugs.
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I don't think I will let the rest of JLS babysit yet.
When people found themselves unable to satisfy their demand for coupons, they could have offered to babysit for fewer coupons.
It is called Legal Facts about Babysitting: Information for Young People Who Babysit.
The month kicks off with Grandparents Storytime - How to Babysit a Grandma and How to Babysit a Grandpa.
On being asked about the gift she'd choose for the wedding, she revealed that she would babysit for them.
Oh, and don't offer to babysit again - unless it's round at her house.
The brainchild of Sylvie Pasquier, Babysit 4 me has 15 qualified babysitters on its books with a growing number of clients across the region.
Among the items that have already been put forward for bidders are crockery and vases, household goods and offers of help to tidy the garden, babysit or make a Christmas cake.
The victim, now aged 25, claimed he used to babysit for Chick and would stay at the family home overnight, when Chick would abuse him.
One resident said Michelle's boyfriend, Fabrizio Tassalini, had threatened to kidnap their baby daughter Maia if he was left to babysit her again
If so, say, "I'll be glad to babysit for you," or "the next time you need a babysitter, call me.
Washington, Jan 5 (ANI): Zooey Deschanel has admitted that she is too nervous to babysit her three-month-old nephew.