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ditch the line

ditch the line
 v.— «People that bother me the most are people that “ditch” in line. It happens to me at the deli counter at the supermarket, the check out line in stores, and just about any place imaginable. This is not limited to people on foot, this also happens when people are in their cars.» —“Re: People that bother me” Usenet: rec.collecting.coins June 5, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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