- v. Simple past tense and past participle of plotz.
“My memory's fuzzy on the details, I admit, because when she offered to take a wishlist from me to see what she could find in the scores of books down there I almost plotzed (I'm not sure if I spelled that right or have the right word, but I'm going with it).”
“I'm listening right now on my local public radio station and just about plotzed when Ira said your name!”
“If you told me five years ago that I'd have a book in the window at St. Marks Bookshop, I would have plotzed.”
“David Roel did a fabulous job when my computer plotzed.”
“Let me say that again, because I know about 72,000 publicists just plotzed because they have no idea what to do other than ask for a review.”
“Let me say that again, because I know about 72,000 publicists just plotzed because they have no idea what to do other than ask for a review," she continued in a piece posted in the section.”
“I heard Simmons talk about how they are thinking of putting the character's stories on the DVD or in comic book form and I just about plotzed.”
“Here's a fenderless and bar-tapeless IRO that looks like it's just plotzed:”
“I almost plotzed and he looked exactly the way he does on Project Runway, wearing the black t-shirt and pants.”
“In the plotzed pic, I can see you were sweating - yay!”
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