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kerry

folk etymology
The act of suspending all car for the future or survival in attempts to harass someone who has mildly spited you. Commonly triggered by frustration.
 
"to kerry" or "to pull a kerry"; verb
Etymology : Originated from the sporadic motions during a game of Milton Bradley's Risk.
Source : Playing a game with friends- term has been adapted and used for the past two years in my social group
Last modified: 29 November 2011


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