Caloosa

I. Short for Could Lose a few pounds Usually used to describe a female that is not ugly but slightly overweight. II. Can also be used followed by a number indicating the amount of weight needs to use.

I. Is he cute? he Caloosa. II. Is she cute? She Caloosa 20.


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