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drag (1)

verb; analogy
To thoroughly roast someone. Generally understood to be the direct result of a previous insult or wrongdoing, and well deserved. Most often seen on social media.
 
She dragged that guy so hard on Twitter last night it'll take him years to make people think he's respectable again
Etymology : analogy referencing the physical act of dragging someone across the ground
Source : Twitter, 2014
Last modified: 12 December 2015


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