n.— «I went to drop my young cousin at one of these basket ball games and I found a group of teen-agers who were moving around looking for “seatbelts.”…Do you know what seat belts are? Ha ha. They are boxes, or newspapers that are placed on the ground so that when you sit down, around the courts, your clothes don’t get dirty!» —“Get safety belts, shock absorbers at pork joints” by ZIGITZAGATI Sunday Monitor (Kampala, Uganda) Dec. 25, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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