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deer condo

deer condo
 n.— «Curtis had his tag filled so it was only Clay and I carrying guns. We have a nice, big “deer condo” as I like to call it, so all three of us were sitting in it. Clay and I had different goals in the size of buck we were hunting for, so there would be no argument over who got to shoot what deer.» —“Power From Above” by Fred Atha Buckmasters Mar. 12, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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