ditched in line
 v.— «In sociology with Debb I got to tell the class how people from the Columbus Ohio area say “I ditched in line” while everyone else says “I cut in line.” I still think I am correct in saying ditched but I was met by much opposition—even from Debb herself. Oh well. It caused a stir at least!» —by Mary Beth (embie06) Dance Like No One is Watching. Feb. 13, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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