The word "shuck", when used in Zim slang, carries the following meanings which are:
  1. to depart from one place to another or to go to X place.
  2. to move an object or to insert an object.

Example Usage #1:
  • Person 1 -- "Oan, tune all the other daiges we are about to shuck to the new joint, ekse."
  • Person 2 -- "Say no more, but these honeys brought with them some nice souffles too."
  • Person 1 -- "Aaah, nice."
Example Usage #2:
  • Person 1 -- "Oan shuck the item inside and let's see if the thing is now working"
  • Person 2 -- "Voila! It's fixed."
  • Person 1 -- "Finally, I thought it was dead. Hahaha, nice."
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