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The unhip media got a lesson in slang from Sio Moore. "It was kind of a 'bring your ish kind of...

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The unhip media got a lesson in slang from Sio Moore. "It was kind of a 'bring your ish kind of weekend'," Moore said. No one had any idea what he meant by saying 'ish', though the popular theory was that it was short for 'finish', as in finishing the game. We're dorks. Thanks to a Google search by Ken Davis, we got the definition from the Urban Dictionary. 'Ish' is slang term to replace the word, uh, poo. I can't wait to use it at my next dinner party.

That's from Chip Malafronte's blog. Never change, Horde, never ever change.
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