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You and zeeb say no, but I don't believe it. Palatine Send a noteboard - 28/06/2013 06:39:37 PM

As I said, I'd never heard it before you used it in this post. I've never seen it written in print or said on radio or television. Perhaps it's still industry jargon that hasn't been used by the media or used offhandedly by an actor. But I don't believe it for the above reason and because it is just such a British-y term.

Any evidence that its origin is American?


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