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    I saw the word "palloso" and was wondering what the english definition is..thanks!

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    Default Re: "palloso"

    That's slang. You need to provide more context.

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    I was on facebook and reading a thread two coworkers were taking...the guy had been picking on her...and she made a comment pretty much saying he was a mean boss....then commented again and said "jajaja pallaso" I'm so sorry I spelled it wrong the first time..its pallaso not palloso.

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    Default Re: "palloso"

    Probably payaso misspelled. Payaso means clown.
    Last edited by Cotty; 08-29-2011 at 08:59 AM.

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    Paylasim icin tesekkurler, konu hakkinda biraz arastirma yapmami kolaylastirdi.

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    Default Re: "palloso"

    Quote Originally Posted by Cotty View Post
    Probably payaso misspelled. Payaso means clown.
    Also "goofy" or "goofball".

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