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Used as a non-sequitur in argumentation or conversation. At any point where you don't like the direction of the conversation, this is a good way to bring it to a close. It's a way of saying, regardless of whether I am right or wrong, I stand beside the Tennessee Volunteers through thick and thin! Can also be shortened to DMGV or #DMGV
Teacher: Benjamin Dover, what is the capital of Rhode Island?
Student: Don't Matter Go Vols...Cleveland, maybe.
by michael rotch 37 June 06, 2018
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