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A Rossism is an error in speech in which a figure of speech or sentence is jumbled or confused, yet still intelligible.

It was named after Ross O'Donovan, part of the Let's Play duo Steam Train, which is a spin-off of another Let's Play series called Game Grumps. Ross is well-known for accidentally jumbling up locutions.
Some examples for Rossisms:
"That train has sailed."
"It's like listening to a mirror."
"Don't count your chickens before they egg"
"How you going?"
"is rly good"
by The Mungoman September 20, 2013
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