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Patel shot

Patel shot
 n.— «Carefully documents his summer vacation with the photooos taken in front of prominent landmarks, including uncle Chunnibhai’s motel in Bakersfield. These photoos are commonly referred to as “Patel-Shots.” His approach is not “u have to see to believe it,” it’s more like “look at this foto, yaar, I have been there” showing a patel shot.» —“:-) Desi Romeos Guide Book—Fall 1993 Edition” by Prem Usenet: soc.culture.indian Nov. 24, 1993. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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