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An utterly horrible phrase commonly used by television/radio broadcasters age 35 or greater. When a player subs out of the game, the naive analyst will eagerly explain to his audience that the athlete "is getting a blow" or "taking a blow" on the sidelines.

This is a terrible phrase because it is misleading everyone subjected to listening to the announcers and/or watching the game. While the athlete is not actually getting a blow-job from someone on the sidelines, thereby making the game interesting, he is merely getting a rest.
And Jimmer will head to the sidelines to get a blow.
by Jslasher88 March 18, 2011
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Jan 22 Word of the Day
Whenever making a congratulatory remark, this is what you say. Made popular by Kamala Harris when she and Joe Biden won the presidency.
Sam: Wow, I can’t believe we just won that relay race!
Cat: we did it Joe 😭😭
by Zozogabobo December 04, 2020
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