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leave one’s blinker on

leave one’s blinker on
 v. phr.— «Last column’s treatise on baseball pants pockets prompted some good responses, many of them chiding Uni Watch for not mentioning that having an inside-out pocket is often referred to as “leaving your blinker on.” And David Conley adds that having both pockets turned out is often called “having your hazards on.”» —“Page 2: What’s under your bill?” by Paul Luka ESPN.com July 6, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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