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 n.— «“Mee-t’ing” or simply “t’ing.” A blind date. Sometimes a “so-gae t’ing” (lit. “introductory date”). Some folks used to speak jokingly of “eh-rae-bae-i-taw t’ing,” or a romantic encounter in an elevator, a la Aerosmith(?).» —“I have a work difficulty update” by Adam Morris in Tianjin, China Brainysmurf Sept. 13, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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