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flavor saver

flavor saver
 n.— «My housemate calls those little, tiny, under the lip pieces of beard (a la grunge musicians) a “flavor saver.”» —“Re: Did Jerry prefer Hostess or Drake’s?” by Kimberly Dewey Usenet: rec.music.gdead May 15, 1996. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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