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When a man's game is on point for an indefinite period of time - à la Don Draper from the hit television series "Mad Men" - he is said to be "drapering." The term is a derivation of the last name Draper, by route of the gerund Reaganing, as made popular by the series 30 Rock.
Man 1: Dude, I heard Max has had four three-somes this week, and it's only Tuesday!!
Man 2: Yeah, bro, he's been drapering for the past month.

Man 1: Yo, Yvan told off that girl while he was fisting her! What a lad, he's been drapering for a while now.
by respecteves February 07, 2011
The process of pricing a good or service to make it seem like a better deal, i.e. $19.99 as opposed to $20. Named for ad exec extraordinaire Don Draper from Mad Men.
Nobody was willing to buy my tacos for $4. But I sold a ton of them by drapering the price to $3.89.
by HoseA November 14, 2013

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