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gelling

verb; analogy
to be extremely comfortable and relaxed This word comes from the Scholl’s insole commercial. There would be someone using the insoles, and when asked “what’s up?” would reply, “gellin’”. It alludes to fact that the soles are made with a gel substance, and also to someone “chilling” which means relaxing or taking it easy.
 
I am done with all of my work so now I am just gelling.
Source : Dr. Scholl's commercial
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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