A phrase derived from foreign lunch aids working in most schools from most prominently elementary into highschool, this phrase is shouted usually very loudly, tainted with Latino accent making it nigh unrecognizable. Students would wear clothing pins or "clips" on their arms with their names written on them with sharpie marker, if a student or group of students misbehaved, their clip would be pulled.
Students are talking very loudly on a particular day

Student: Guys, stop talking! They're going to Pull the Clip!

Lunch Aid: PULL THAY CLEEP!
by PhillipLikesDealingDrugs January 02, 2012

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