n.— «Otherwise known as reverse shoplifting, shopdropping involves surreptitiously putting things in stores, rather than illegally taking them out, and the motivations vary.» —“Anarchists in the Aisles? Stores Provide a Stage” by Ian Urbina New York Times Dec. 24, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  1. SHOPDROP: To covertly place merchandise on display in a store. A form of “culture jamming” s. reverse shoplift, droplift.

    As defined by Ryan Watkins-Hughes for SHOPDROPPING.NET and cited in the NYT article by Ian Urbina.


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