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2 definitions by ronnotel

Before the advent of mobile communication devices (pagers, mobile phones), someone at a public event might be summoned over the public address system to "call your office", indicating that an urgent message was waiting for them. In this context, the phrase is used to imply that someone is unaware of important information - i.e. that their arguments are uninformed and therefore superfluous.
Your argument is wrong at every level. You should really call your office.
by ronnotel April 08, 2010
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Eclectic, non-sequitir phrase often used in the place of a general acknowledge to another statement. Meant to convey general absurdity. Refers to an incident from the 1980's documented in the movie "A Cry in the Dark", in which a seemingly absurd story about dingoes attacking a child turned out to be true.
"How was your weekend?". "Dingo ate my baby". "Cool".
by ronnotel March 16, 2010
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