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Verb. The act of editing video footage of a person, especially an interview, to completely change the meaning of what they were saying or doing in order to falsely depict them in a negative light. Based on the Simpsons episode "Homer Badman" where Homer Simpson is falsely accused of sexual harassment, is interviewed by an investigative journalist who then proceeds to heavily edit the footage to make it seem like he want to grab her "sweet can".
A: Did you see that interview with professor Whateverington? The interviewer totally pwned him!
B: Dude, that interview was a sweetcanning. You saw five minutes, they had recorded a full hour. They actually took answers to some questions and edited it to make them answers to other questions. Professor Whateverington actually has the full footage and published it, you can see for yourself.
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by Hahahanoyoudont May 10, 2019
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Phrase meaning that a deceased cannot rest in peace until society changes due to the circumstances of a death.
People said rest in power for the unarmed man had been shot by the police.
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When latency in a multiplier game causes a player to "skip" from one point in the map/game to another.

The phrase was originally a reference to an episode of The Simpsons, where the TV Show "Rock Bottom" aired a segment on Homer Simpson. The segment included a video which was edited to skip back and fourth, such that Homer made out the words "sweet can".
*Player two skipped from inside the factory to outside due to connection issues*
Player 1: "Ha, player two is sweet canning"
by R&DGuy February 27, 2014
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