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A phrase popularized by the outrageous mid-1970s group of party-crashing drag queens in and around the Dallas-Fort Worth area referencing marijuana. It could be a noun, adjective and verb, depending on usage.
While speaking over the phone, one might ask, "Are you wearing your green dress tonight?" That meant, "Are you bringing any weed tonight?"

Again, over the phone, "Honey, I'm sipping on a gimlet and wearing my favorite green dress!" That meant the person speaking was getting high while talking.

To invite someone over to get high, one would simply exclaim, "You've gotta come see my new green dress! It's so much prettier than the one I bought last month!"

A variation as a verb could be, "I'm dressing in green tonight!" That meant, "I can't wait to get stoned tonight!"

An adjective case could be, "She was wearing the greenest dress I've ever seen!" That meant, "I've never seen her so stoned!"
by Wilma Jean Deb June 04, 2007
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Lying flat refers to a defeatist lifestyle in Chin, where people stop working, desiring material acquisition, and tap out of any social life ā€“ sometimes for good. By lying flat, young people are participating in a kind of non-cooperation movement, rather than surrendering themselves to China's oppressive work culture where they see little hope of social mobility.
Iā€™m not going to try to get a better job so I can afford to start a family, Iā€™m just lying flat.
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