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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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When people found themselves unable to satisfy their demand for coupons, they could have offered to babysit for fewer coupons.
Many of our readers -- both boys and girls -- babysit on a regular basis.
It is called Legal Facts about Babysitting: Information for Young People Who Babysit. It is a fountain of valuable information, both legal and practical.
New Delhi [India], Jan 1 ( ANI ): When Australian skipper Tim Paine offered Indian wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant to babysit his kids during their sledging session in the recently concluded Melbourne Test, nobody would have ever thought that this could be true.
Set on a scrappy housing estate, 15-year-old Marie is asked by a neighbour to babysit his son, six, who dies from seemingly natural causes while under her care.
The brainchild of Sylvie Pasquier, Babysit 4 me has 15 qualified babysitters on its books with a growing number of clients across the region.
NOW, after the big Michael Jackson debacle of a few weeks ago, who would you let babysit your kids?
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." Then tell her your phone number.
Kourtney told Kim that one sister should babysit all the kids, so one can go out or vice-versa, and whichever sister is babysitting should just breastfeed all the kids that are there.
Oh, and don't offer to babysit again - unless it's round at her house.
Q: my friend is always asking me to babysit and I feel very used.