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10 char

noun; clipping
A phrase indicating that the preceding segment of something is insignificant or trivial.
 
Most often placed at the end of internet message board posts by the author, as a warning of or apology for the poor quality of the post.
Etymology : A clipping of '10 characters', referring to the minimum allowed size of message board posts at many sites. The term can either be used literally to mean that the post barely passes the ten-character minimum test, or figuratively to imply that there is little substance to the post.
Source : 'lol, that's what she said ;) 10 char' - Posted on an internet message board site, Dec. 1, 2008
Last modified: 2 December 2008


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