An exclamation used during the time of the Black Plague in order to let people know that the cart for dead bodies was passing by. Anyone who had a friend or housemate that had recently died of the plague would literally "bring out their dead" and throw the person on top of the pile.
The grisly call of "Bring out your dead!" was one of the defining moments of 14th-century Europe.
by MissionDoll November 12, 2004
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A classic scene from "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" where a man tries to put his living grandpa on the cart of dead bodies.
Old Man:"I feel happppppyyyyy!"
Son:No, you don't. You'll keel over any minute.
Old Man:"I think I'll go for a walk!"
*Son clubs old man and puts him on the cart*
by Yogo540 January 10, 2005
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After pwnage, this phrase is one that may be uttered, to avoid clichés such as all your base and pwn3d
by Kung-Fu Jesus May 14, 2004
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