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Mexican limo

Mexican limo
 n.— «I just saw Super Crazy, a Mexican wrestler, ride to the ring on a pimped-out lawn mower. Yeah, that’s right. A lawn mower. John Deere, if you care, with leopard print seat and steering wheel covers and a little Mexican flag stuck to the hood. I believe it was referred to as a “Mexican limo.” I wonder if I can get that model at Home Depot?» —“Huh? What?” by Spot Spot’s Doghouse (Miami Beach, Florida) May 12, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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