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When cheap digital egg-timer finishes its countdown, it looks like this: 00:00

Basically an alternate end to a countdown from "3...2...1...0, blast off!/go!"

Term originates from the Pokemon theme song when played backwards. You can find this on youtube.
"Really she's my maid, she's real cool, so.... four, zeroes go!"

"5...4...3...2...1...Four zeroes, go!!" *launches rocket*
by ChromeBumper July 11, 2010

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An "Alternate underworld" of sorts. If you don't want to go to heaven, hell, purgatory, reincarnate, or any of those other things, then you can go to the Dark Chills. The name was first coined when the bridge to the Beatles' song "I Am the Walrus" was played backwards for the first time. You can find this on youtube. It's presumably run by the Grim Reaper and is dark and cold--duh.
Forwards: "Sitting in an English garden waiting for the sun"
Backwards: "Worst of all, he's in the Dark Chills. Remember this please..."

"I don't believe in heaven or hell, but I do believe in the Dark Chills!"

Facebook; Religious views: Dosn't matter, I'm going to the Dark Chills anyway...
by ChromeBumper August 30, 2010

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This is an abreviation for the semi-unreleased album "Our Secrets Are The Same" by scottish rock/new wave band Simple Minds. Somewhat obscure, you'll come across it in Simple Minds fan circles occasionally.
1. "Swimming Towards the Sun" is my fav song from OSATS!

2. Check out this custom artwork I designed for OSATS. That hands-tied cover sucks!

3. "The Garden" ("Cry" b-side) is leftover from "Our Secrets are the Same". So is "Bird on a Wire" ("Home" b-side). I don't think "Lead the Blind" ("Cry" b-side) is, though. It sounds too much like the album "Cry".
by ChromeBumper July 29, 2010

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