Business jargon for a low-ball counter offer; typically used in jest after recovering from sticker shock. Usage began in late March 2010 in North Texas.
"They are asking for $10,000."

"Will they go for $100?"

"Dude, that's a total wolverine move you just pulled."

Also: "Dude, you don't have to go all "wolverine" on us."
by TheNewWolverine March 31, 2010

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