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 adj.— «I’m a waiter at TGI Friday’s. “Weeded” is jargon for being so busy you can’t even think of what you came into the kitchen to get. As in “in the weeds” like you’re “swimming” (another useful bit of nomeclature for the same thing) in a lake, and being tangled in seaweed.» —“Re: Top Ten Signs You’ve Been Playing Marathon Too Long” by wanderson@nwu.edu (William J. Anderson) Usenet: alt.games.marathon Feb. 17, 1995. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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