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  • Don't Eat Out Afterwards: You've pre-gamed and snacked at the game, don't ruin everything by going out for a meal afterwards.

    Four Ways To Save Money At A Sporting Event - The Consumerist

  • Forgive my stupid illustration, but see how easily we can be nudged away from our most powerful moral position and into their pre-gamed arena of discussing only vote-counts, ballots, chads, etc…

    Firedoglake » Block the Vote 2006

  • The crew and I dispersed to our humble abodes, got all sexy n 'fratilicious, pre-gamed in the attic-brothel, and rolled over to the party.

    qdiosa Diary Entry

  • They pre-gamed in Hannah's friend Sade's room, sipped on cups of Malibu mixed with fruit punch, and then walked the half-mile to the house.

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  • The problem is, no one is buying it anymore, and algorithms you make up because you've pre-gamed them before a search engine has even begun using them as a signal: well let's hope the search gods don't fall for it.

    Traffick

  • Although I pre-gamed Guerilla in order to give it the full benefit of beer goggles, after the first few acts it became obvious that I should have snuck in a flask like many of Guerilla's underage members had done.

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  • When thousands of sunbathed and pre-gamed students flooded the fraternity houses near Route 1 last weekend, I was alongside them.

    The Diamondback

  • first we had dinner and pre-gamed at The Winking Lizard, and then headed over to the Q for the game. we had so much fun!

    late to the party

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  • pre-game , now verb'd. To have had a pregame party

    October 21, 2017