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shrimp-toids Girl B: This would be so much easier if you had even a little bit of cleavage. Girl A: Maybe Carrie will have something that fits better. Girl B: Good idea.  You're both shrimp-toids. (Girl A are trying one dress from Girl B. The dress didn't fit well.) What does shrimp-toids mean? Do you use it a lot?
Jun 29, 2019 5:26 AM
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We might use the word "shrimp" to mean a very small person. It tends to mean "pitifully small". We use the suffix "-toid/-oid" to mean "like, similar to". Girl B means to say, "you're both very small / very petite" (like a shrimp!). However, this is not a standard word and just sounds like slang between friends.
June 29, 2019
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