etymology: derived from the phrase "get a late pass" (v., latepass)
a metaphorical object one takes or gives to signify that whatever was thought to be new and interesting is, in fact, old and already widely circulated
Between my recent "revelation" that tomatoes are actually fruits and my "invention" of the term "goofle," I am receiving far too many late passes recently, and I may very well be suspended.
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