May: Oh, hi
June: Hi...
May: Well, hi..
June: Hi ..
May: Well, sit down. Can I touch your hair?
June: No
May: *touch* I just touch it.
June: *angry* I said!! Never ever touch me...
May: I touched it.. now..so what? *Touch his eyebrows and his cheek* :))

June: what the heck..?
May: Well... You let other people be close to you like that and you are angry at me by just touching the hair on your arm.... ? C'mon..
May: *look up definitions from UD* You wrote this..? You wrote all this..? This is what you imagine in your head of doing? Imagine doing with whom, Tarisha? Tarisha or salsa? :)) I never thought it was you who wrote this by just looking at you... Lol

June: uhh..* pull UD out* Well, then what is it? This is your imagination? You wrote all this..?

May: Erm... *Achoo* let talk about something else ....

The meeting
went wrong... but it was funny...

A good stress reliever..

Disclaimer: Just imagination. For entertaining. Not based on real stories nor events.. well, at least not yet. I don't know if it ever happens. 🌪️
by Wanderlust ® May 25, 2022
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Meet is the most honest and sharing person you will ever get !!
Eg : You can't get a better friend than Meet .
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The phrase 'meet it' is sometimes shouted in Sunday league football matches by a team's coach or manager. It is shouted when a goal kick or clearance is in the air and going towards a player, the player is then obliged to head or kick the ball anywhere because letting the ball bounce in Sunday league football is almost a death wish.
" Meet it!!!" *player then slices the ball out of play*
"Why didn't you meet it? We lost because of that counter attack."
by Skilluminati August 31, 2015
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a term used for french kiss in many parts of dublin, ireland.
can often be heard when one guy might ask a girl to meet his friend...
shift is a similar word to be heard in rural ireland.
as score is to be heard from the posher of the lrish.
but an old fashioned would you let my friend stick his tounge in your gob seems to do the trick in all parts!
"eh, will ya meet me mate?(pointing action to random guy in crowd of swaring guys around a group girls or sometimes girl on her own)?"
by joe July 17, 2004
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A word used commonly in a lot of part's of Ireland and certain part's of England.
Mean's french kiss/tongue/make-out ,
very common at teenage disco's , generally very casual, just because you meet someone doesn't mean you're in a relationship with them.
Met- Past tense of meet , already happened. 'Yeah , I met him last night'
Meet- 'Omg, you really gonna meet him?!'
On the meet- The time from when you agreed to meet them to the time when you actually do , during that period of time you're 'on the meet' with them, 'I'm on the meet with Adam.. '
by JedwardFanxo January 26, 2011
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Used in Dublin, meet is to french kiss someone. People usually meet while in a relationship or in a disco. Most teenagers at discos might meet their friends or people they don't know. After the meet they would usually just walk away and not make any verbal contact with the person they meet if they did not know them.
Disco
Boy: "do you wanna meet my friend? *points to boy*
Girl: "Ok?"
*Meet*
by ilovemefella December 5, 2010
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phrase used when you are at home or over at someone's house smoking weed.
Boy: Where were you last night, you missed your grandma's wake...

Girl: I was over at Dave's house in a meeting.
by pooponyou July 25, 2005
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