A phrase used when you say a factual statement that you know the swines who view your feed wont agree with
I maybe 5’9 and never picked up a ball in my life but I think I’m the best basketball player since magic Johnson, don’t @ me
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An exclamatory phrase which typically follows the statement of a controversial of unpopular opinion. Used almost exclusively online. Effect is similar to ‘dropping the mic’.
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The one thing that millennials say on twitter to stop random arguments from becoming reality, like arguing over who took a photo or complaining about a social media handle.
Hey guys, I love spaghetti and barbecue sauce, don’t @ me!

That sounds disgusting.

WHAT DID I JUST SAY?
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don’t tell people it was me
jenny: “ hey i heard you liked john”

me: “ hey bro don’t @ me”
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A phrase said after a statement a person is not sure is correct
Reporter: Sir! Can you name the mayor of New York City?
Richard: Uh, Bruce Wayne, but don’t quote me on that.
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A phrase said after a statement a person’s not sure if it is correct
-“Can you name the president of Argentina?”
-“Uh, Mauricio Macri, but don’t quote me on that
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