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1. To bail out of something at the last minute

2. To break a contract, verbal or written

3. To lie about a previously made agreement
The Matthew Benton

Petros: are you coming to my party ?

Matthew: yeah definitely mate, wouldn't miss it for the world!

Narrator: This was a lie. Matthew had no intention of ever attending the party
by Big Akin May 24, 2019
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1. To bail out of something at the last minute

2. To break a contract, verbal or written

3. To lie about a previously made agreement
The Matthew Benton

Petros: Are you coming to my party?

Matthew: Yeah course mate

Narrator: Matthew had no intention of coming to his party
by Big Akin May 24, 2019
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1. To bail out of something at the last minute

2. To break a contract, verbal or written

3. To lie about a previously made agreement
The Matthew Benton

Petros: are you coming to my party ?

Matthew: yeah definitely

Narrator: Matthew never attends the party
by Big Akin May 24, 2019
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