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“Gazebos” is a term from the movie “IT” of 2017 when one of the characters by the name of Eddie misplaced the original word “placebos”. Placebos actually means a treatment with no therapeutic effect, and he referenced it while he was arguing with his mother. He basically meant that the pills he was taking were pointless and did not help his state of health whatsoever.
“They’re gazebos... they’re bullshit!!” as said by Eddie in the movie “IT”
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Bullshit! This word was used in IT ( 2017 ) it's said by Eddie!
Eddie: it's gazebos!!! ITS BULLSHIT!!
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For John's bachelor party, Eric ordered a gazebo of hookers for the nights entertainment.
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