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outie

1. A navel (bellybutton) that protrudes outward. They said my outie should disappear by the time I turned five, but I've still got it nearly 20 years later.
2. slang Out of here; leaving. That's it, I'm not waiting any longer—I'm outie! No way, this is too gross for me! I'm outie.

I’m out of here

and I’m outa here and I’m outie
sent. I am leaving this minute. In three minutes I’m outa here.
See also: here, of, out

I’m outie

verb
See also: outie
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Outie workshops are basically about relationships, especially sexual relationships, and could even be called sex therapy in exotic trappings.
Someone can develop an 'outie' because they have a small type of hernia - and it has nothing to do with the doctor's Boy Scout skills.
Now that she has an outie, it is guaranteed that she will be giving birth very soon.
Most people have "innies" and only about 10 per cent of the population has "outies." But neither button style has any effect on health.
A woman who's got an innie often finds this becomes an outie sometime after mid-pregnancy, often between 26 and 36 weeks," she said.
In one post, the TV personality confessed that she has a (http://www.ibtimes.com/pregnant-khloe-kardashian-freaked-out-over-belly-button-turning-outie-2638323) phobia of belly buttons becoming an "outie."
Earlier this month, she also confessed that she freaked out with the thought that her belly button would become an "outie."
"Was it too big, was it too small, was it too wide, was it too skinny, was it an innie or an outie?'"
They include the West Indies' expression force ripe (someone with growing up to do) and the South African outie (a homeless person).
Earlier this month, she confessed that she is (http://www.ibtimes.com/pregnant-khloe-kardashian-freaked-out-over-belly-button-turning-outie-2638323) scared of her belly button turning into an "outie" during her pregnancy.
There's also a selection of English words coined abroad like the South African "outie" for a homeless person.
In fact, she freaked out at the thought of her "innie" belly button becoming an "outie."
Kardashian couldn't contain her dislike of "outie" belly buttons.
The main subject of rules to be written under section 146 is" obstructing railway servant in his outies & under section 160 is" opening or breaking of a level crossing gate" these rules hre to be written descriptively.
The only prohibitions to "outies" using the restrooms or changing rooms designated for "innies" (or vice versa) under H.B.