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To inform a person that you have formed an opinion that you need to express. Shouted at the Eureka moment as the opinion forms in your brain. It is etiquette not to expand on this statement, as there is no need, but if requested it is considered courtesy to lay it out.

Declaring just this statement may alert the person that you have formed such an opinion and they may need to take a looksy at how they are 'rollin because they may be offending your sensibilities and your just looking out for their back.

Usually used to make people laugh and brink them back to the living and keep it real.

Etymology: Middle English juggen, from Anglo-French juger, from Latin judicare, from judic-, judex judge, from jus right, law + dicere to decide, say
You may see someone wearing pyjamas in a supermarket and just turn to your fellow peeps and say:


This phrase is effective and understood amongst your peers it is like giving a silent not of agreement.

Should be used in jest to alert your friends to something funny they may have missed and brighten their day.

Especially funny when you say "judged" for something you yourself have done and can be used as a bonding tool.

nb: only works if your friends are thinking the same thing.
by SoxyTW1 May 19, 2010
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