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To present someone (most likely one of your bros) with a Smirnoff Ice. If one is presented with a Smirnoff ice, he or she must promptly get on one knee and drink it, unless they have a Smirnoff ice in which case he or she can “ice block”. When a presenter is “ice blocked” the presenter must drink both Smirnoff Ice beverages.
 
“I iced my bro yesterday. It was chill.”
Etymology : This word comes from a clipping of the brand name drink “Smirnoff Ice” to “ice”. Ice, originally a noun, is used as a verb (conversion) to describe the action of playing the new made up game involving Smirnoff Ices.
Source : University of Michigan students; summer 2010
Last modified: 8 December 2010


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