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A catchphrase used to express the great value of a gift, prize or object. It was used in the 1997 film 'The Castle', where the main character Daryl Kerrigan (played by Michael Caton), says to gifts such as 'a samurai-sword letter opener' that this is going straight to the poolroom, implying it's so tremendously amazing. It should be preserved and safeguarded in a secure place, like a trophy.
Matiese's passion for game hunting, sparked interest in Taxidermy. The visualization to preserve a recherche' cadeau would be fine to go straight to the pool room beside the sword collection.
by Proudhunter January 08, 2018
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