A passive way out of situations. Can be Underhanded and tactile or genuine and virtuous.
Steve: you need to buy the next round of beers!

Jake: I bought the last one, you get this round!

Steve: let's not argue about it, we will pay for our own beers from now on.

(this last sentence is am example of the negative use of "Dropping a Gandhi Bomb" Steve is using being passive to get out of buying the his round of beers.
by Buckaltown May 04, 2013

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