1. To Jose (verb): not doing shit all semester in law school and successfully cramming at the last minute to get better grades then everyone who's been working all semester.
2. Being Josed (verb): during the course of the semester (see above) to get called out by your professor for not doing work. Especially in the first week of first year of law school.
1. Person 1: "Hey, you studied for the final yet?
Person 2: "Nah, I'm gonna pull a Jose."
2. Person 1: "Hey, you wanna go drinking tonight?"
Person 2: "Nah, I have to study. I got Josed in class today."
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