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hot wash

hot wash n. a performance review, particularly after a training exercise or combat operation. Editorial Note: This term appears to be migrating out of the military, where it originated. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  • My understanding is “Hot Wash” originally stems from the clean up required after a massage with happy ending. The phrase transcended nicely into describing any after-act review.

  • Hi there just wanted to thank-you Grant for the change, from angel. I also was wondering if you had any ideas what I could tell my knew Dr. about these so called coke-bugs. There”s deffently some kind of insect or parasite I feel them on my body, so I got some duct tape and what came off was just some fibers and some very long peices of black hair, (I have short very blonde hair, my child has very blonde long hair),I”M VERY CONFUSED< AND HAVE BEEN SICK i’ve lost 63lbs, yeh!!, but not the way I wanted to. Anyways have you heard of this before, or from anyone else, thanks, Angel.

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