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To be "in the shop" means that one is recovering from a particularly brutal hangover. Usually seen lying on the bed, couch, floor, etc. covered head to toe with a blanket. Similar to putting your car in the shop for a tuneup, but your body (especially your liver) is getting the tuneup.
Todd: Hey Kevin, where's Rob? He was pretty drunk last night.
Kevin: I dunno, last I saw him he was lying on the couch covered completely in a blanket.
Todd: Oh, he must be in the shop.
by DarkRob2000 May 01, 2006
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