1. When you're too gutless to do something. Like being chicken. The phrase "Do it or you're teets." is commonly used to pressure someone into doing something. It's like a double dare only stronger, because the person unquestionably has to do it, obviously, or they're teets.
2. When you're a lightweight drinker and can't handle your alcohol.
"Play us a song on the guitar!"
"Do it you're teets."
"Guess I have to then."
"She was vomiting after three."
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