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GIB

slang An initialism for "good in bed," meaning sexually proficient; able to facilitate an enjoyable sexual experience for one's partner. I'm not looking for my soulmate, just someone who's GIB. It took me longer than it should have to break up with him because he was just so GIB.
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GIB

mod. good in bed; good as a sexual partner. (Usually objectionable. Initialism.) How does he know if he’s GIB?
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