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jet people n.pl. asylum-seekers, refugees, or immigrants who relocate by airplane. Also plane people. Etymological Note: Constructed in the fashion of boat people. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  • WHAT??? jajaja now I can refer to myself as a JET PERSON or PLANE PERSON because I was born in another country and came here FLYING… interesting…?

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