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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shoplift.

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Examples

  • Possible future Lost mobisodes: “Crimes” (Kate shoplifts from a Wal-Mart, but it’s ok because the Wal-Mart was totally abusive), “Words” (Claire says something bitchy to Charlie on the beach), “Problems” (Jin and Sun argue, with subtitles, about the degree to which the Korean mafia is ruining their marriage), and “Haircuts” (in which we see all the women on the island line up to get cute, stylish bangs just before the third season).

    Lost Needs Writers | Best Week Ever

  • Marlo loses at poker, shoplifts & executes security guard

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  • They all leave, and it looks to me like Tiffany shoplifts the hat she picked up and wore while food shopping.

    Top Chef All-Stars Ep. 10: Iron chef Dale

  • Tom drinks three wine coolers and shoplifts a satiny jacket, loud.

    In the Opinion of the 20th Century Velveeta

  • He shoplifts beef jerky at mini-marts in his spare time.

    The Six Rules of Maybe

  • If someone shoplifts regularly, gets caught only once out of a hundred times but faces a year in prison the one time they do, it's not a very effective deterrent.

    Dvorak's 'windshield perspective' on speed cameras

  • While Lutie shoplifts for kicks, Fate spends most of his time reading, watching weird TV shows and worrying about global warming and the endangerment of pandas.

    Made in the U.S.A. by Billie Letts - Review and Giveaway

  • The album's hilariously funky highlight, "I Don't Like the Drugs [But the Drugs Like Me]," kicks off with a Def Leppardish refrain, shoplifts its hooky structure from David Bowie's "Fame," then culminates in a Michael Jackson "Man in the Mirror" - style gospel finale.

    Shock And Rock

  • So, naturally, he shoplifts his first Sex Pistols record.

    Bearing Witness

  • Swedish TV and stage writer Lindqvist's first novel is set in a commonplace suburb of Stockholm, where 12-year-old Oskar lives with his mother, is bullied at school, shoplifts, and keeps a scrapbook of notes and clippings about gruesome murders.

    Help Me, I'm Drowning!

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