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a rule meant to prevent the unnecessary wastes of time waiting on another person who is woefully and unrepentantly inconsiderate
The cuauhtemock corollary is as follows: If two parties agree to meet at a certain time and one party does not show up, the aggrieved party shall wait no longer than 15 minutes. After 15 minutes with no form of communication from the late party it will be assumed said party is deceased and the aggrieved will be free to leave said meeting place and carry on with their day.
by Dodio_1 May 03, 2010
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