- n. alternative spelling of rip-off.
“In my experience, distinguishing parody from ripoff is not difficult.”
“The Will Ferrell and Owen Wilson combo ripoff is quite impressive.”
“The biggest ripoff is the half-gig Shuffle at $198/GB.”
“Fine, if you are going to ripoff from a movie, I guess you couldn’t have picked a better one since this was well before the recent remake with Keanu.”
“A National Treasure ripoff from the studio who did Meet the Spartans … I’m speechless.”
“To say nothing of how the massive ripoff is characterised by Rumsfeld’s admission on 10 Sept 2001 that the Pentagon had just ‘lost’ $2.4 trillion.”
“Without getting into the whole music piracy/record label ripoff discussion, it's plain and simple under current laws that even though you may have purchased the disc originally, once you sell or give it to someone else, you no longer own the music.”
“It's a collection of user-submitted and moderated links to stories elsewhere on the Web--in other words, a ripoff of Digg.com.”
“Sometimes when you come across something that works really well, it's a challenge to make it different ENOUGH so that it doesn't get called a ripoff while maintaining all the things that make it great UI design in the first place.”
“This is a ripoff, which is why the plan is being concealed behind abstruse acronyms and complex explanations of how the transactions actually work.”
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