to be afflicted with a sudden realization that your underlying assumptions or impressions or paradigm of thought has been challenged or overthrown by something you have just become aware of.
". . . and after Davian said that, the other guy was all glassy eyed and slack jawed, like he was blown out of the frame, savvy?"

When I first saw "Apocolypse Now," it blew me out of the frame.

I could give you some examples of what all this means to the future of our business, but I don't want to blow you out of the frame.
by zen February 01, 2004

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