(v) To use a stand-up comedian's joke in casual conversation without acknowledging the originator.
Differs from a joke steal
in that the stolen joke is not being performed in someone's performance or act, but is being used in conversation to make the joke thief
appear funny or witty.
The new guy at work was telling a story, and I heard him milette Brian Regan.
I saw Jerry Seinfeld last night and miletted one of his stories today to impress my new friends.
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