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Phrase used during the festive season to describe going out with a view to hooking up with an attractive person. Used during the festive season as it also describes pulling a festive cracker around the dining table.
The club was packed last night, it wasn't Christmas but I still managed to pull a cracker
by Joost911 September 04, 2010
Chiefly British def - setting off a firecracker, or "Christmas Cracker". Christmas crackers are a traditional Christmas favorite in the UK. The Christmas Crackers are short cardboard tubes wrapped in colourful paper. There is normally a Cracker next to each plate on the Christmas dinner table. When the crackers are pulled - with a bang! - a colourful party hat, a toy or gift and a festive joke falls out.
"Sirius had not contacted Harry at all ... he did not like to think of Sirius alone in his mother's old house, perhaps pulling a lonely cracker (pull a cracker) with Kreacher."

J.K. Rowling.Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. New York. Arthur A. Levine books (Scholastics). 2003
by tieztoez July 03, 2016
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