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pullin'

verb; derivation Derivation of the word 'pulling' with the 'g' dropped
Hiding the fact that one is drunk, high, or not in their right mind
 
The term is used to refer to the act of putting on a nonchalant front, especially when in the presence of an authority figure. The term was first heard used by a male college student and later began being used by other college students, which is now the group of people who are most likely to use the term.
Etymology : Derived from 'pulling' > 'pullin’'
Source : Interlocutor 1: “Oh no, dude, the cops are here!?” Interlocutor: “Chill, man, we’re pullin’.” (Male college student, August 2010)
Last modified: 8 December 2010


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