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  • v. Eye dialect spelling of sit down.

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Examples

  • At a banquet a couple of nights prior to a game, Miamis Jerome Brown, dressed similar to a Special Forces infantryman (dropped during a behind of enemy lines to help a insurgency in Laos, circa 1961), got up announcing, Did a Japanee siddown to dinna quick thoughts Pearl Harba prior to dey inebriated im?

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  • There's so many paths I can take, and I have to siddown and THINK which one is the best when it comes to each of the characters.

    Music to my ears!

  • He'd hand the conductor his ticket, the conductor would give him the stinkeye and tell him, siddown, and the train would chug out of the station and start on a ride through pornographers 'neon in rat parts of town.

    Ticket To Ride

  • “Walter wants you to siddown,” Ms. Chickie ordered.

    A Kettle of Vultures

  • Basically, the judge told everyone associated with the case to ‘siddown and shuddup!’

    Freshwater Gag Order Issued - The Panda's Thumb

  • Now, imagine that the story is already freaky-deakier than a night spent on Quaaludesin Amsterdam with Hunter Thompson, Austin Powers, and the guy who dreamed up Snuffleupagus, talking about the symbolism inherent in Darth Vader… For some moments in life, you just have to siddown, strap in, shaddup and hold on.

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  • Except that Obama had himself a siddown with Bill Clinton -- one of two Democrats elected president in the last three decades and the only one re-elected.

    John Ridley: Obama Gets Tough. Too Little, Too Late?

  • Bill Moyers is broadcasting a siddown with Barack Obama's "controversial" pastor Jeremiah Wright this Friday evening, April 25th.

    John Ridley: The Undeniable Virtue of Jeremiah Wright's Pro-Blackness (and the Problem with Pro-Whiteness)

  • This was followed by scattered cheers, mixed with a few more siddown-and-shuddups if I remember correctly, and then Veseley continued his opening remarks.

    Sound Politics: Reichert-Burner KING 5 debate

  • “Siddown, Bobby, siddown, you got to start building up your strength!”

    Drowned Hopes

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