To make plans to attend a party, then come up with a lame reason to not show up at the last minute.
I can't believe you're going to "will out" to go fill out bubble sheets, especially after you helped plan the party.
by Han Sol0 March 01, 2009
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the favourite hashtag catchphrase of embittered victim mentality individuals, chasing conspiracy theories and other such pointless nonsense.
Generally quoted alongside other hashtagged crap like corruption brown envelopes snouts in troughs
Truth Will Out "The toxic plans from my toxic councillors to raise council tax won't affect me, I'm unemployable. But I'll stir everyone up about it anyway #truthwillout"
by scattybird July 26, 2018
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Literally means "Everything's cool, you will forget about it soon enough" often used in a non comical situation but at its mention, changes it into a comical one. First used and developed by Joey Brozonez and Troop 51.
Colin: damn, my dog was just killed by a C-ville punk (starts crying)

Joey: "It will buff out"

Group: Hahahahahahahahaha

Colin: (Cries harder)
by ERnwICh March 06, 2013
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to try to hide the fact that something is damaged beyond repair, by saying it will polish out.
she crashed her husbands car, it is a write off but to ease the blow she tells him it will polish out
by CaLviNx June 04, 2012
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For some reason the most terrifying six words (to say) ever.
"Will you go out with me?"

or (and, according to my brain, the most likely situation)

"Will you go out with me?"
by The Second Dictionary Man December 13, 2013
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A way of asking a woman out on a date....not to be your girlfriend....on a DATE!
Joe: Will you go out with me?
Jane: Sure! Movies at 7?
Joe: Sounds great
by smartiiiiiiiipants December 30, 2010
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An expression referring to a married couple having sex while their kid is at a friend's house, or at school, or a sleepover, etc.
Fish: Dude what happened?

Mike: I walked in on my parents having sex and my mom looked at me and said, "When the cat is away, the mice will come out and play."
by Alfred Miller September 27, 2009
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