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etymology: derived from the phrase "get a late pass" (v., latepass)
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a metaphorical object one takes or gives to signify that whatever was thought to be new and interesting is, in fact, old and already widely circulated
Between my recent "revelation" that tomatoes are actually fruits and my "invention" of the term "goofle," I am receiving far too many late passes recently, and I may very well be suspended.
by Elliott September 09, 2005
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Jan 18 Word of the Day
1. Blue Monday is the most depressing day of the year, calculated by Dr. Cliff Arnall, a researcher at the University of Cardiff's Center for Lifelong Learning.
Factors used to calculate the date included weather conditions, debt level, time since Christmas, time since failing our New Year's resolutions, low motivation and feeling the need to take action.

In 2005 the date was calculated as January 24th, in 2006 it was January 23rd, and in 2007 it was January 22nd.

2. A song by the hard rock band Orgy from their album Candy Ass.
1. Guy: "Aw man, I feel like absolute shit today."
Friend: "Yeah, same here. I hate Blue Monday."

2. "I wish I could sing Blue Monday to my ex-girlfriend, she's such a bitch."
by L_Roku August 31, 2007
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(v.)
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etymology: the verbal form of the phrase get a late pass and the term late pass
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the act of informing one that a piece of information that he or she has presented as new and interesting is, in fact, old and already widely circulated
After Elliott posted about a Snopes article regarding the veracity of a picture of Ohio state sex offender Brian Peppers, Evan latepassed him by pointing out that a link to the article had already been posted, and the article discussed, months ago.
by Elliott September 09, 2005
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