from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Merchandise.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
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- noun slang
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Yea … Summit/Steph seriously need to cut them off and be like “hmmm … I think 300 pieces of Twi-merch is enough, move on to the next big thing!”
I might not get any cool, sweet Twilight merch from the Lexicon, but maybe I will win the poster.
Like many people here, I also agree that all this merch is going overboard.
Link to images and more info on the sixspace show in LA, and link to more info and merch from the mighty Coop.
MarkThePlaces (11: 47: 07 PM): they must've thought hgb was too awesome to ship it, so they opened it, listened to it for months, and then rewrapped it sheburns15 (11: 47: 09 PM): but i had to call the merch place sheburns15 (11: 47: 14 PM): lol sheburns15 (11: 49: 13 PM): well okay then lets plan to disneyland
my life my love my her. k3schmadical 2006
After hanging out and looking at most of the paintings we did our sound check and I proceeded to explore Meaford with our merch guy, appropriately dubbed merch Mike.
MuchMusic.com | Blog 2010
We've been selling a lot of merch, which is always a good sign.
Mostly vintage comic strip "merch" and contemporary, alternative comics-related vinyl figures from Presspop and its ilk.
I tried to follow but my Western mind got immediately stimulus-bound by the "merch" stand.
Deals are forged for tie-in toys, clothes, bags of prewashed spinach leaves — any kind of "merch" to which a brand can be affixed.