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pea shake

pea shake
 n.— «Sweet pea and vermouth don’t report to anyone at IFD and they have absolutly no responsibilities what so ever other than to mingle and rub elbows anlong with some pea shake activities. Oh don’t gorget the 300 east.» —“sweet pea and vermouth” Otis (Indianapolis, Indiana) Sept. 16, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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